MATCONT

MATCONT: Matlab software for bifurcation study of dynamical systems. The study of differential equations requires good and powerful mathematical software. Also, flexibility and extendibility of the package are important. However, most of the existing software all have their own way of specifying the system or are written in a relatively low-level programming language, so it is hard to extend it. In 2000, A. Riet started the implementation of a continuation toolbox in Matlab. The aim of this toolbox was to provide an interactive environment for the continuation and normal form analysis of dynamical systems. In 2002, the toolbox was extended and improved by W. Mestrom. This toolbox was the base of the toolbox we further developed and extended with a GUI and named MATCONT. It contains some features which were never implemented before: continuation of branch points in three parameters, the universal use of minimally extended systems, and the computation of normal form coefficients for bifurcations of limit cycles. The software is free for download at http://www.matcont.UGent.be.


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  7. Buffoni, G.; Groppi, M.; Soresina, C.: Dynamics of predator-prey models with a strong Allee effect on the prey and predator-dependent trophic functions (2016)
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  16. Guckenheimer, John; Lizarraga, Ian: Shilnikov homoclinic bifurcation of mixed-mode oscillations (2015)
  17. Heitmann, Stewart; Ermentrout, G.Bard: Synchrony, waves and ripple in spatially coupled Kuramoto oscillators with Mexican hat connectivity (2015)
  18. Kuehn, Christian: Multiple time scale dynamics (2015)
  19. Kutafina, Ekaterina: Mixed mode oscillations in the Bonhoeffer-van der Pol oscillator with weak periodic perturbation (2015)
  20. Liu, Ping; Siettos, C.I.; Gear, C.W.; Kevrekidis, I.G.: Equation-free model reduction in agent-based computations: coarse-grained bifurcation and variable-free rare event analysis (2015)

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