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This is an excellent book with clear definitions and basic OOP example applied to numerical methods: Daoqi Yang, C++ and Object-Oriented Numeric Computing for Scientists and Engineers, Springer, 2001. (Amazon link)


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I agree with Wolfgang's comment that the fundamentals are the same. Nonetheless there are quite a few things that have changed since 2001 and it's a common refrain that C++ is growing very fast, with even some experts saying they can barely keep up. There are two that I think are especially important: Smart pointer types like unique pointers have made it ...


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This text contains a brief discussion on the Morley element: http://www.csc.kth.se/~jjan/transfer/fenics-superparametric/Hansbo.pdf


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