On Apr 25, 12:40 am, toni.lass...@gmail.com wrote: > > > Octave has simple Matlab-like syntax and the routine 'fsolve' > for solving non-linear equations: > > http://sunsite.univie.ac.at/textbooks/octave/octave_19.html > > Can't imagine it being much simpler than that, provided that > the solver works on your particular equations.
Thanks for the advice. I went to that link. It looks as though one enters N equations (in as many unknowns, presumably as "X_1, X_2, X_3...X_N") with all the known parameters, co- efficients and unknowns all to the right of the = sign and being set equal to zero (Eg: Y_1, Y_2...Y_N). Then the program may find unique solutions, if any exist.