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Stiff ODEs?

From: Ross Vandegrift
Subject: Stiff ODEs?
Date: Fri, 23 Apr 2004 10:53:05 -0400
User-agent: Mutt/1.3.28i

Hello all,

        Matlab has a function, ode15s, that is very useful for getting
solutions to stiff ODEs (functions with rapidly decaying transients).
Octave is missing this function, and I have a project coming up that
will study stiff ODEs.

        Has anyone already implemented ode15s?  How about a stiff DE
solver?  A search on google mostly turned up lists of functions Octave
is missing.

        If not, it's no big deal - not a terribly hard thing to
implement.  I'll do it myself and post it to the list for others to use.

Thanks in advance!

Ross Vandegrift

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