[SciPy-user] ANN: PyDSTool v0.83 - new release.

Robert Clewley rclewley at cam.cornell.edu
Fri Mar 10 17:46:21 CST 2006


Dear SciPy users,

PyDSTool is an integrated simulation, modeling and analysis package for 
dynamical systems (including ODEs, DAEs, maps, and hybrid systems) and 
scientific data. Building on SciPy classes, the package also supports 
symbolic expression processing, bifurcation analysis, and enhanced arrays 
for "index-free" and highly contextualized scientific data manipulation.

Model building tools are provided, which use symbolic expression and 
hierarchical specification classes to ease the development and analysis of 
complex dynamical models. This includes automated compilation of symbolic 
representations of models into fast numerical code using enhanced legacy 
Fortran and C integrators for both stiff and non-stiff systems.

A full overview and extensive user documentation is provided online at 
http://pydstool.sourceforge.net, and in the code itself.

We have made a significant update in version 0.83 of PyDSTool, including 
added features for bifurcation/continuation analysis, symbolic expression 
manipulation and symbolic differentiation, use of Points as enhanced 
arrays, and the addition of support for external inputs to ODEs, maps, 
etc. (e.g., from experimental data sources). A full list of what's new is 
provided in the release notes on SourceForge.

Thanks for your attention,

Rob Clewley, Erik Sherwood, Drew LaMar,
Dept. of Mathematics and Center for Applied Mathematics,
Cornell University.



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