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Depends: python, libufsparse, libsundialsserial0, refblas3, pythongtk2, pythonmatplotlib, pythonnumpy, tcl8.4, tk8.4, libtktable 
Depends: python, libufsparse, libsundialsserial0, refblas3, pythongtk2, pythonmatplotlib, pythonnumpy, tcl8.4, tk8.4, libtktable 
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Recommends: ipython, xgraph 
Recommends: ipython, xgraph 
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Description: A solver for systems of equations and ODEs/DAEs. 
Description: A solver for systems of equations and ODEs/DAEs. 
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ASCEND is a modelling and simulation environment for 
ASCEND is a modelling and simulation environment for 
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solving systems of nonlinear equations. It includes 
solving systems of nonlinear equations. It includes 
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a modelling language, in which you write the equations 
a modelling language, in which you write the equations 
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that represent your systemtobemodelled, as well as 
that represent your systemtobemodelled, as well as 
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a user interface that lets to interact with your model, 
a user interface that lets to interact with your model, 
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solve it, adjust values, and report results. There is also 
solve it, adjust values, and report results. There is also 
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a model library with many example problems, and a database of 
a model library with many example problems, and a database of 
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thermodynamic properties for various materials. 
thermodynamic properties for various materials. 
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. 
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ASCEND was developed at Carnegie Mellon University starting 
ASCEND was developed at Carnegie Mellon University starting 
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in the 1980s and continues as an active open source project. 
in the 1980s and continues as an active open source project. 
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This package includes both the mature Tcl/Tkl GUI and 
This package includes both the mature Tcl/Tkl GUI and 
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the newer PyGTKbased GUI, as well as documentation 
the newer PyGTKbased GUI, as well as documentation 
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and the model library. 
and the model library. 
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For more information, see our web page: 
For more information, see our web page: 
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http://ascend.cheme.cmu.edu/ 
http://ascend.cheme.cmu.edu/ 
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