dynamical systems investigation
dstool is a tool for the investigation of
dynamical systems. It is an efficient research tool
that integrates a friendly graphical user
interface, data management capabilities,
a rich set of numerical algorithms together
with the flexibility to add more algorithms
and communicate data with other programs.
This is an alpha release of DsTool Version 2.0.
DsTool was written in 1990-91 by Mark Myers, Rick Wicklin, and
Patrick Worfolk, working with John Guckenheimer. The previous general
release was Version 1.1 in September 1992.
Since that time, the authors have gone on to other projects and
activities. However much useful code has been written in the
DsTool environment. This release packages much
dstool for DEBIAN
This is an untested release. The original source code,
released in 1995 was apparantly an alpha release.
Many fixes were made to get it to compile and then to
keep it from segfaulting on startup.
You may want to get the source package and look at the code.
To do this, follow the standard procedure for a debian package:
Get the files ending in .dsc .orig.t
The DsTool program is the property of:
Center of Applied Mathematics
Ithaca, NY 14853
and may be used, modified and distributed freely, subject to the following
Any product which incorporates source code from the DsTool
dstool - dynami
dstool (2.0-3) unstable frozen; urgency=low
* recompile with libc6 2.0.7u-6
-- John Lapeyre <la
Debian package of dstool
John Lapeyre <firstname.lastname@example.org> Fri, 4 Sep 1998 17:42:03 -0700
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