MatMOL Toolbox for MATLAB. MATMOL contains a set of linear spatial approximation techniques, e.g. finite difference methods, implemented using the concept of differentiation matrices, as well as a set of nonlinear spatial approximations, e.g. flux limiters. In addition, several time integrators, including basic explicit methods and some advanced linearly implicit methods, are included. The underlying philosophy of these developments is to provide the user with a variety of easily understood methods, and a collection of application examples that can be used as MATLAB templates for the rapid prototyping of new dynamic simulation codes
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- Deutscher, Joachim: A backstepping approach to the output regulation of boundary controlled parabolic PDEs (2015)
- Some, Longin: Using the new MATLAB-based method of lines (MATMOL) toolbox to solve three test problems by moving-grid techniques (2007)
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