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1 jpye 1396 Source: ascend
2     Section: contrib/science
3     Priority: extra
4     Maintainer: John Pye <john@curioussymbols.com>
5 jpye 2103 Build-Depends: scons, gcc, flex, bison, swig, python-dev, gfortran, libblas-dev, tcl8.5-dev, tk8.5-dev, debhelper, graphviz-dev, libtktable2.9, libsundials-serial-dev, libipopt-dev
6 jpye 1417 Standards-Version: 3.7.2
7 jpye 1396
8 jpye 1413 Package: ascend
9 jpye 1396 Architecture: any
10 jpye 2134 Depends: python, libtktable2.9, libgtksourceview2.0-common, ${shlibs:Depends}, python-glade2, python-numpy, python-matplotlib
11 jpye 1413 Recommends: ipython, xgraph
12 jpye 2007 Description:Solver for systems of equations and ODEs/DAEs
13     ASCEND is a modelling and simulation environment for
14     solving systems of nonlinear equations. It includes
15     a modelling language, in which you write the equations
16     that represent your system-to-be-modelled, as well as
17     a user interface that lets to interact with your model,
18     solve it, adjust values, and report results. There is also
19     a model library with many example problems, and a database of
20     thermodynamic properties for various materials.
21     .
22     ASCEND was developed at Carnegie Mellon University starting
23     in the 1980s and continues as an active open source project.
24     .
25     This package includes both the mature Tcl/Tkl GUI and
26     the newer PyGTK-based GUI, as well as documentation
27     and the model library.
28     .
29     For more information, see our web page:
30     http://ascend.cheme.cmu.edu/
31 jpye 1417
32 jpye 2007 Package: ascend-dev
33     Architecture: any
34 jpye 2031 Depends: ascend, python, ${shlibs:Depends}
35 jpye 2007 Recommends: scons
36     Description:Solver for systems of equations and ODEs/DAEs
37     ASCEND is a modelling and simulation environment for
38     solving systems of nonlinear equations. It includes
39     a modelling language, in which you write the equations
40     that represent your system-to-be-modelled, as well as
41     a user interface that lets to interact with your model,
42     solve it, adjust values, and report results. There is also
43     a model library with many example problems, and a database of
44     thermodynamic properties for various materials.
45     .
46     This package contains header files and shared libraries to allow developers to
47     compile against libascend, for example when creating ASCEND 'external
48     libraries' or programs that depend on ASCEND.
49    
50    
51    

john.pye@anu.edu.au
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