Dynamics Solver Quick Reference
This is very high quality freeware for Dynamical Systems on
Windows from Juan
Aguirregabinia in Spain.
The program is installed in the directory C:\Programs\Dynamics
Solver in the Mathlab and is also listed on the Programs menu.
Extensive ocumentation can be found in that folder or here.
The tutorial focuses on the case of a higher dimensional system.
It can be started within Windows from the Tutorial entry of the Dynamic Solver submenu
Entering a System Most entries about a new system are
made from submenus of the edit menu.
Some options are Disabled
probably because of incompatibilities with Windows 2000 style
Files acan be saved
below the directories C:\tmp or C:\users.
- First enter the
type and dimension
- of your system using the type dialog box from the edit menu.
- Supported types are System of ODE's, Map, or
(higher order) ODE .
- have both a collective name e.g. x and
individual names. Components (or higher derivatives for systems)
can be referred to as x[i] or by their individual names. It is
best to keep the individual and collective names distinct.
- are the next item to be entered from the dialog
box below the edit menu.
- A Graph Window
- must be created from a menu entry on the
- Initial Conditions
is via screen dump (alt print-screen and paste into Microsoft Paint).
Last Update: August 29, 2002