Under active development
A Finite Element Method (FEM) software:
It's a free software (licensed under GPL) and it is still hard to use.
It has been initially written because I found the AFEM
(see below) too complicated (and large)
to create (and debug) a parallel version of it.
So I have written a new one.
It's my fourth (and last, I hope) finite element code.
A very naive converter of TVO
(The Vim Outliner)
HTML and LaTeX (to "article", "book"
a modification of the "slides" environments) files
No longer developed but still in use
Program for computation of stresses and
deformations of an elastic halfspace (it actually works only in 2D).
The used method is based on the
Neuber-Papkovitch function and it was developed by Dr. Janas (the head
of my department) in 1971. The code doesn't include any kind of
graphical user interface nor graphical outputs (I'm using the
gnuplot for graphics).
It runs on my default subset of operating environments
(Linux, IRIX, Mac OS X, Solaris). If anyone is interested in
this code, please send me an e-mail.
A FEM code: AFEM (2001-2003).
The development of this code was stopped because of too complicated design, too much
dependencies on strange libraries etc.
I wrote it (in 2001) because I found the Asteres (see below) to be too
complicated for me
and it didn't fit my needs (and because of some license problem - Asteres
is propietary and closed-source).
AFEM has more than 40000 lines of code.
A FEM code:
This program is mainly developed by Rostislav Zidek
(my former colleague at Brno University of Technology).
I wrote the command interpreter, user interface
(the best one I'v ever written)
and the data handling code.
I'm no longer working on it.
Translations of program messages (to Czech)
This is not much usefull for non-Czech speaking people. And everything
Unfinished translation of a planning software
File plan.lang.czech should be
(probably /usr/local/lib/ or similar).
Translation is here (5kiB).