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Design patterns in writing numerical software in C++

Having developed numerical software for 20 years now, I find that we've probably used the majority of the design patterns described in the Book by the Gang of Four (see here). At the end of the day, ...
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Design patterns in writing numerical software in C++

I recommend this Matthew G Knepley. Programming languages for scientific computing. arXiv preprint arXiv:1209.1711, 2012 (https://arxiv.org/pdf/1209.1711.pdf) I also advise to look and read other ...
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C++ template design pattern for groups (algebra)

Chapters 6 and 7 of Stepanov and Rose's book From Mathematics to generic programming deal precisely with what you asked. The first author is the designer of the C++ Standard Template Library.
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C++ template design pattern for groups (algebra)

An earlier alternative to Stepanov's treatment of abstract algebra (including groups) is the one given in Barton and Nackman's "Scientific and Engineering C++". In more modern c++, the boost concept ...
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Solving Poisson equations as mixed Laplace using $RT_0-P_0$ pair

You need to use a different kind of indexing in l2g. Right now you are using the indices of the global vertices when deciding which rows and columns to fill. This ...
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Building blocks for solving a vector valued problem

Your assembly procedure seems correct to me. I made some edits in your post to correct some possible typos. Feel free to raise objections. Looking at the graphs and their legends, I see the rate of ...
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