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Meep is written in C++, there is two main interfaces that are the most used (libctl/scheme). C++ provides the interfaces with the greatest level of flexibility in designing FDTD simulations. Although the foundations are built in C++ you do not need to be a real programmer to use Meep.  
 
Meep is written in C++, there is two main interfaces that are the most used (libctl/scheme). C++ provides the interfaces with the greatest level of flexibility in designing FDTD simulations. Although the foundations are built in C++ you do not need to be a real programmer to use Meep.  
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The MEEP user guide was created to give the next user of MEEP a starting point. The user guide contains a background, simple commands, package build instructions, and a tutorial to build a waveguide.
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Revision as of 11:18, 14 June 2015


Background

Meep (or MEEP) which stands for MIT Electromagnetic Equation Propagation, is a free finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) simulation software package developed at MIT to model electromagnetic systems.

Meep is written in C++, there is two main interfaces that are the most used (libctl/scheme). C++ provides the interfaces with the greatest level of flexibility in designing FDTD simulations. Although the foundations are built in C++ you do not need to be a real programmer to use Meep.

MEEP USER GUIDE

The MEEP user guide was created to give the next user of MEEP a starting point. The user guide contains a background, simple commands, package build instructions, and a tutorial to build a waveguide.


External Links

MIT MEEP