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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  1. Aldebert, Clement; Kooi, Bob W; Nerini, David; Poggiale, Jean-Christophe: Is structural sensitivity a problem of oversimplified biological models? Insights from nested dynamic energy budget models (2018)
  2. Aminzare, Zahra; Srivastava, Vaibhav; Holmes, Philip: Gait transitions in a phase oscillator model of an insect central pattern generator (2018)
  3. Colombo, Alessandro; Del Buono, Nicoletta; Lopez, Luciano; Pugliese, Alessandro: Computational techniques to locate crossing/sliding regions and their sets of attraction in non-smooth dynamical systems (2018)
  4. Gomes, S. N.; Pavliotis, G. A.: Mean field limits for interacting diffusions in a two-scale potential (2018)
  5. Jia, Bing: Negative feedback mediated by fast inhibitory autapse enhances neuronal oscillations near a Hopf bifurcation point (2018)
  6. Kong, Jude D.; Salceanu, Paul; Wang, Hao: A stoichiometric organic matter decomposition model in a chemostat culture (2018)
  7. Lajmiri, Z.; Khoshsiar Ghaziani, R.; Orak, Iman: Bifurcation and stability analysis of a ratio-dependent predator-prey model with predator harvesting rate (2018)
  8. Li, Mingwu; Dankowicz, Harry: Staged construction of adjoints for constrained optimization of integro-differential boundary-value problems (2018)
  9. Spiliotis, Konstantinos; Russo, Lucia; Giannino, Francesco; Cuomo, Salvatore; Siettos, Constantinos; Toraldo, Gerardo: Nonlinear Galerkin methods for a system of PDEs with Turing instabilities (2018)
  10. Thavanayagam, Ealasukanthan; Wall, David J. N.: Modeling of spatial dynamical silence in the macro arterial domain (2018)
  11. van Kekem, Dirk L.; Sterk, Alef E.: Travelling waves and their bifurcations in the Lorenz-96 model (2018)
  12. Banerjee, M.; Kooi, Bob W.; Venturino, E.: An ecoepidemic model with prey herd behavior and predator feeding saturation response on both healthy and diseased prey (2017)
  13. Barreiro, Andrea K.; Kutz, J. Nathan; Shlizerman, Eli: Symmetries constrain dynamics in a family of balanced neural networks (2017)
  14. Berec, Luděk; Janoušková, Eva; Theuer, Michal: Sexually transmitted infections and mate-finding Allee effects (2017)
  15. Church, Kevin E. M.; Liu, Xinzhi: Bifurcation analysis and application for impulsive systems with delayed impulses (2017)
  16. Dutta, Partha Sharathi; Kooi, Bob W.; Feudel, Ulrike: The impact of a predator on the outcome of competition in the three-trophic food web (2017)
  17. Flores, José D.; González-Olivares, Eduardo: A modified Leslie-Gower predator-prey model with ratio-dependent functional response and alternative food for the predator (2017)
  18. Freistühler, Heinrich; Kleber, Felix; Schropp, Johannes: Emergence of unstable modes for classical shock waves in isothermal ideal MHD (2017)
  19. Jiang, Jifa; Niu, Lei: On the equivalent classification of three-dimensional competitive Leslie/Gower models via the boundary dynamics on the carrying simplex (2017)
  20. Liu, Sensen; Ching, Shinung: Homeostatic dynamics, hysteresis and synchronization in a low-dimensional model of burst suppression (2017)

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