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linear dish array model, with pressure drops in pipe segments, first attempt

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, debhelper, graphviz-dev, libsundials-serial-dev, coinor-libipopt-dev, debhelper (>= 5) |

6 | Standards-Version: 3.7.2 |

7 | |

8 | Package: ascend |

9 | Architecture: any |

10 | Depends: python, libgtksourceview-3.0-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. |

49 | |

50 | Package: ascend-tcltk |

51 | Architecture: any |

52 | Depends: ascend, ${shlibs:Depends} |

53 | Description:Solver for systems of equations and ODEs/DAEs |

54 | ASCEND is a modelling and simulation environment for |

55 | solving systems of nonlinear equations. It includes |

56 | a modelling language, in which you write the equations |

57 | that represent your system-to-be-modelled, as well as |

58 | a user interface that lets to interact with your model, |

59 | solve it, adjust values, and report results. There is also |

60 | a model library with many example problems, and a database of |

61 | thermodynamic properties for various materials. |

62 | . |

63 | This package contains the somewhat outdated Tcl/Tk GUI for ASCEND, which |

64 | although no longer maintained is still very useful in some cases. |

65 | |

66 | Package: ascend-dbg |

67 | Architecture: any |

68 | Section: debug |

69 | Priority: extra |

70 | Depends: |

71 | ascend (= ${binary:Version}), |

72 | ${misc:Depends} |

73 | Description: Debugging symbols for ASCEND. |

74 | ASCEND is a modelling and simulation environment for |

75 | solving systems of nonlinear equations. It includes |

76 | a modelling language, in which you write the equations |

77 | that represent your system-to-be-modelled, as well as |

78 | a user interface that lets to interact with your model, |

79 | solve it, adjust values, and report results. There is also |

80 | a model library with many example problems, and a database of |

81 | thermodynamic properties for various materials. |

82 | . |

83 | This package contains the debugging symbols for Ipopt. |

84 | |

85 |

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