BoSSS (Bounded Support Spectral Solver) is a flexible framework for the development, evaluation and application of numerical discretization schemes based on the Discontinuous Galerkin (DG) method.
If you want to work with BoSSS source code, read the Starting Guide for Developers!
Note for publication
If you are using BoSSS for one of your publications, we kindly ask you to cite one of our own publications, which corresponds most to your work. Look at at Publications or in the appendix of the BoSSS handbook a list of our publications.
Aim and focus of the BoSSS code
Its development has been initiated at the Chair of Fluid Dynamics in 2008 in order to establish a general foundation for the development of higher order discretizations for challenging physical problems. Over the years, BoSSS developed into a fully-featured library for discontinuous Galerkin methods, including facilities for workflow management and the rapid prototyping discretization of partial differential equations.
BoSSS greatfully relies on multiple Third-Party Software packages, with different licenses.