deTestSet: Solvers and Test Set for Initial Value Problems of Ordinary...

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Description

R package deTestSet contains the R-version of the ODE and DAE initial value problems test set from the url: http://www.dm.uniba.it/\~testset.

If the test model problem is small enough, then it is implemented in pure R. For larger models, the problem is specified in FORTRAN code.

These implementations were compiled as DLLs, and included in the package. The code of these models can be found in the packages inst/doc/examples/dynload subdirectory.

In addition to all solvers present in package deSolve, deTestSet contains the initial value problem solvers gamd, and mebdfi, implementing a generalised adams method and a differential algebraic equation solver of index up to three.

Details

Package: deTestSet
Type: Package
Version: 1.1
License: GNU Public License 2 or above

Author(s)

Karline Soetaert (Maintainer),

Jeff Cash,

Francesca Mazzia

See Also

ode for a general interface to most of the ODE solvers from package deSolve

ode.1D, ode.2D, ode.3D, for integrating 1-D, 2-D and 3-D models from package deSolve

dae, a general interface to the dae solvers, including mebdfi, gamd, and daspk and radau (deSolve)

Examples

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## Not run: 
## show examples (see respective help pages for details)
example(caraxis)
example(nand)
example(andrews)

## open the directory with R sourcecode examples
browseURL(paste(system.file(package = "deTestSet"), "/doc/examples", sep = ""))
## open the directory with C and FORTRAN sourcecode examples
browseURL(paste(system.file(package = "deTestSet"), "/doc/examples/dynload", sep = ""))

## show package vignette with how to use the test set
## + source code of the vignette
vignette("deTestSet")
edit(vignette("deTestSet"))

## End(Not run)


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