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Manuscript Title: BAL: A library for the brute-force analysis of dynamical systems | ||

Authors: Daniele Linaro, Marco Storace | ||

Program title: BAL (Library) | ||

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Journal reference: Comput. Phys. Commun. 201(2016)126 | ||

Programming language: C/C++, Python. | ||

Computer: PCs and Workstations. | ||

Operating system: Any Unix based system such as Linux and Mac OSX. | ||

RAM: Variable, depending on the number of dimensions of the dynamical system
and duration of the simulation. | ||

Keywords: ODEs, nonlinear systems, bifurcation analysis, Lyapunov exponents. | ||

PACS: 05.45.Pq, 05.45.Tp. | ||

Classification: 4.3, 4.12. | ||

External routines: CVODE, Boost, HDF5 | ||

Nature of problem:The numerical analysis of continuous-time nonlinear dynamical systems often requires the computation of a large number of solutions of the system, for varying parameter sets, and the subsequent classification of the steady state solution. | ||

Solution method:This library provides a convenient interface to the library CVODE for the integration of sets of differential equations and at the same time implements all the machinery required for integrating and classifying the behaviour of the system for varying parameter sets and initial conditions. A high-level Python interface makes the usage of the library amenable also to users who are not familiar with the C/C++ programming languages. |

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