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Computer software for Differential Equations

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From: Roya (for Teacher2Teacher Service)
Date: Dec 17, 1998 at 00:11:39
Subject: Re: Computer software for Differential Equations

I don't have information on specific software, but rather links to some
software recommendations for DE.  Hopefully, other teachers can recommend
specific ones.

Software for Differential Equations
Software for Differential Equations Differential Equations Resources Software
for Differential Equations

UG: Unstructured Grids
A flexible software tool for the numerical solution of partial differential
equations on unstructured meshes in two and three space dimensions using
multigrid methods.

IDEA (Internet Differential Equations Activities)
An interdisciplinary effort to provide students and teachers around the world
with computer based activities for differential equations in a wide variety
of disciplines. IDEA will contain a database of computer activities
illustrating both mathematical concepts and the application of these concepts
in a wide variety of disciplines. In addition to the exercises, it provides
the software DynaSys that can be used to implement many of the activities.
Current project topics include: basic ecological models; bungee jumping; El
Nino; irrigation and conservation; mathematical models of neurons;
oscillating chemical reactions; rangeland ecosystems; salmon migration; and
small mammal dispersion. Site also includes a list of other internet DiffEQ

Math Forum - Differential Equations
Recommended resources for Differential Equations

Computer Aided Learning in Mathematics

I hope this is useful.

 -Roya, for the Teacher2Teacher service

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