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Small collection of tools to perform basic modeling of dynamical systems

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dynsys

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This library contains a collection of utility classes and functions for basic dynamical system modeling tasks (such as computing a parameter maps, cobweb (aka Verhulst) diagrams or basins of attraction).

Computations are accelerated using OpenCL. PyQt-based UI elements are provided for displaying and interacting with data.

Warning for potential users! Only kind of "documentation" currently available is (poorly commented) examples, located under the "examples/" directory. There are plans on writing full-featured documentation across project, but these are in the not-so-near-future.

Probably useful links

  1. PyOpenCL -- OpenCL integration for Python
  2. PyQt5 -- Python bindings for Qt platform toolkit
  3. Pre-built Python packages repo by Christoph Gohlke -- for those who have troubles installing Python packages under Windows

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