STABLAB: A MATLAB-based numerical library for Evans function computation. STABLAB is an interactive MATLAB-based toolbox for Evans function computation. It is designed to balance efficiency and flexibility. With only a few user defined files, the Evans function can be computed and the winding number calculated to determine the presence of unstable spectra.
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- Barker, Blake; Johnson, Mathew A.; Noble, Pascal; Rodrigues, L.Miguel; Zumbrun, Kevin: Stability of viscous St. Venant roll waves: from onset to infinite Froude number limit (2017)
- Wu, Yaping; Yan, Niannian: Stability of traveling waves for autocatalytic reaction systems with strong decay (2017)
- Barker, Blake; Zumbrun, Kevin: Numerical proof of stability of viscous shock profiles (2016)
- Barker, Blake; Freistühler, Heinrich; Zumbrun, Kevin: Convex entropy, Hopf bifurcation, and viscous and inviscid shock stability (2015)
- Hendricks, Jeffrey; Humpherys, Jeffrey; Lyng, Gregory; Zumbrun, Kevin: Stability of viscous weak detonation waves for Majda’s model (2015)
- Humpherys, Jeffrey; Lytle, Joshua: Root following in Evans function computation (2015)
- Barker, Blake: Numerical proof of stability of roll waves in the small-amplitude limit for inclined thin film flow (2014)
- Barker, Blake; Johnson, Mathew A.; Noble, Pascal; Rodrigues, L.Miguel; Zumbrun, Kevin: Nonlinear modulational stability of periodic traveling-wave solutions of the generalized Kuramoto-Sivashinsky equation (2013)
- Humpherys, Jeffrey; Zumbrun, Kevin: Efficient numerical stability analysis of detonation waves in ZND (2012)