A library for finding State Space models of dynamical systems.
The StateMint Python package is an implementation based on SymPy which allows this code to easily combined with simulation and analysis code, or integrated into other systems.
The package provides a
Solve function which takes the input variables, state variable elemental equations, non-state variable elemental equations, constraint equations, and output variables and returns a Python object with multiple forms of the solution.
These outputs can be further analyzed with SymPy or converted to Numpy objects for easy simulation or numerical analysis.
The full documentation for the code is available on readthedocs.io.
An example Jupyter notebook (also available on binder) is included with the package.
Because this package is available on PyPI the latest release can be easily installed by running
pip install StateMint.
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