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1 Source: ascend
2 Section: contrib/science
3 Priority: extra
4 Maintainer: John Pye <john@curioussymbols.com>
5 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 Standards-Version: 3.7.2
7
8 Package: ascend
9 Architecture: any
10 Depends: python, libtktable2.9, libgtksourceview2.0-common, ${shlibs:Depends}, python-glade2, python-numpy, python-matplotlib
11 Recommends: ipython, xgraph
12 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
32 Package: ascend-dev
33 Architecture: any
34 Depends: ascend, python, ${shlibs:Depends}
35 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.
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john.pye@anu.edu.au
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