An expressive language to facilitate simulation and visualization of two-dimensional dynamical systems. The basic elements of the language are a model wrapping around a function(x,y) which outputs a list(x = xprime, y = yprime), and a range. The language supports three types of visual objects: visualizations, features, and backgrounds. Visualizations, including dots and arrows, depict the behavior of the dynamical system over the entire range. Features display user-defined curves and points, and their images under the system. Backgrounds define and color regions of interest, such as basins of attraction. The language can also approximate attractors and their basins through simulation.
|Author||Charles Stein [aut, cre], Seth Fogarty [aut]|
|Date of publication||2017-07-22 06:37:56 UTC|
|Maintainer||Charles Stein <[email protected]>|
|License||GPL-2 | file LICENSE|
|Package repository||View on CRAN|
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