DSWeb Dynamical Systems Software aims to collect all available software on dynamical systems theory. This project was originally launched during the special year Emerging Applications of Dynamical Systems, 1997/1998, at the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications. The information here includes functionality, platforms, languages, references, and contacts.

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1D Maps

Iterate one dimensional maps, displaying cobweb diagrams, bifurcation diagrams, Lyapunov exponents, invariant densities, and escape times.


AnT 4.669

A tool for the simulation and analysis of dynamical systems, developed by the University of Stuttgart Nonlinear Dynamics Group.


ARNI: Algorithm for Revealing Network Interactions

Runner-up - DSWeb 2018 Software Contest

A model-independent algorithm for reconstructing the structural topology of network dynamical systems from time series, Model-free inference of direct network interactions from nonlinear collective dynamics, Nature Communications 8, 2017 (featured in the Complexity Research collection of Nature Communications).

AUTO 2000

AUTO is a software package for continuation and bifurcation problems in ODEs. The package includes HomCont, algorithms for the bifurcation analysis of homoclinic orbits.


AUTO 97

AUTO is a software package for continuation and bifurcation problems in ODEs. The package includes HomCont, algorithms for the bifurcation analysis of homoclinic orbits.


AUTO-07P

AUTO is a software package for continuation and bifurcation problems in ODEs. The package includes HomCont, algorithms for the bifurcation analysis of homoclinic orbits.


BarrierTool

Honorable Mention - DSWeb 2019 Tutorials on DS Software Contest, Student Category

BarrierTool is a MATLAB package for the objective (observer-independent), automated identification of transport barriers in two-dimensional flows.

Brain Dynamics Toolbox

Prize Winner - DSWeb 2018 Software Contest, Postdoc/Junior Faculty Category

The Brain Dynamics Toolbox is an open-source toolbox for simulating dynamical systems in neuroscience. It is aimed at researchers, students and instructors who wish to explore initial-value problems in ODEs, SDEs, DDEs and PDEs using an interactive graphical interface.

Brain Dynamics Toolbox - Getting Started

Honorable Mention - DSWeb 2019 Tutorials on DS Software Contest, Junior Faculty Category

This is a beginner-level training course for the Brain Dynamics Toolbox.

Channelflow

Dynamical systems analysis of Navier-Stokes equations for channel and plane Couette flow


CIVET (Current-Inspired Visualization and Evaluation of the TASEP)

Runner-up - DSWeb 2018 Software Contest

A software package that provides a visualization of the dynamics associated with the generalized Totally Asymmetric Simple Exclusion Process (TASEP).

Classify Chimeras

Runner-up - DSWeb 2018 Software Contest

A Python Package which provides simple yet widely applicable functions to distinguish different kinds of chimera states, states of coexisting coherence and incoherence.

CMlib - Cell Mapping Algorithms in C++ (A Short Guide)

Runner-up - DSWeb 2019 Tutorials on DS Software Contest, Student Category

Library of cell mapping methods for the global analysis of dynamical systems.

COCO - Continuation Core and Toolboxes for Matlab

Collection of toolboxes for bifurcation analysis and development platform for developers of software for continuation and bifurcation analysis.


COCO (Upgrades)

Prize Winner - DSWeb 2018 Software Contest, Senior Faculty/Professor Category

COCO is a MATLAB-based, object-oriented platform for constructing composite continuation problems, mapping out their solution manifolds, and locating special points on these manifolds.

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