This article is from the Nonlinear Science FAQ, by James D. Meiss jdm@boulder.colorado.edu with numerous contributions by others.

The Academic Software Library:

Chaos Simulations

Bessoir, T., and A. Wolf, 1990. Demonstrates logistic map, Lyapunov exponents,

billiards in a stadium, sensitive dependence, n-body gravitational motion.

Chaos Data Analyser

A PC program for analyzing time series. By Sprott, J.C. and G. Rowlands.

For more info:http://sprott.physics.wisc.edu/cda.htm

Chaos Demonstrations

A PC program for demonstrating chaos, fractals, cellular automata, and related

nonlinear phenomena. By J. C. Sprott and G. Rowlands.

System: IBM PC or compatible with at least 512K of memory.

Available: The Academic Software Library, (800) 955-TASL. $70.

Chaotic Dynamics Workbench

Performs interactive numerical experiments on systems modeled by ordinary

differential equations, including: four versions of driven Duffing

oscillators, pendulum, Lorenz, driven Van der Pol osc., driven Brusselator,

and the Henon-Heils system. By R. Rollins.

System: IBM PC or compatible, 512 KB memory.

Available: The Academic Software Library, (800) 955-TASL, $70

Applied Chaos Tools

Software package for time series analysis based on the UCSD group's, work.

This package is a companion for Abarbanel's book Analysis of Observed Chaotic

Data, Springer-Verlag.

System: Unix-Motif, Windows 95/NT

For more info see: http://www.zweb.com/apnonlin/csp.html

AUTO

Bifurcation/Continuation Software (THE standard). The latest version is

AUTO97. The GUI requires X and Motif to be present. There is also a command

line version AUTO86. The software is transported as a compressed file called

auto.tar.Z.

System: versions to run under X windows--SUN or sgi or LINUX

Available: anonymous ftp from ftp://ftp.cs.concordia.ca/pub/doedel/

BZphase

Models Belousov- Zhabotinsky reaction based on the scheme of Ruoff and Noyes.

The dynamics ranges from simple quasisinusoidal oscillations to quasiperiodic,

bursting, complex periodic and chaotic.

System: DOS 6 and higher + PMODE/W DOS Extender. Also openGL version

Available: http://members.tripod.com/~RedAndr/BZPhase.htm

Chaos

Visual simulation in two- and three-dimensional phase space; based on visual

algorithms rather than canned numerical algorithms; well-suited for

educational use; comes with tutorial exercises. By Bruce Stewart

System: Silicon Graphics workstations, IBM RISC workstations with GL

Available: http://msg.das.bnl.gov/~bstewart/software.html

Chaos

A Program Collection for the PC by Korsch, H.J. and H-J. Jodl, 1994, A

book/disk combo that gives a hands-on, computer experiment approach to

learning nonlinear dynamics. Some of the modules cover billiard systems,

double pendulum, Duffing oscillator, 1D iterative maps, an "electronic chaos-

generator", the Mandelbrot set, and ODEs.

System: IBM PC or compatible.

Available: $$http://www.springer-ny.com/catalog/np/updates/0-387-57457-3.html

CHAOS II

Chaos Programs to go with Baker, G. L. and J. P. Gollub (1990) Chaotic

Dynamics. Cambridge, Cambridge Univ.

http://www.cup.org/titles/catalogue.asp?isbn=0521471060

System: IBM, 512K memory, CGA or EGA graphics, True Basic

For more info: contact Gregory Baker, P.O. Box 278 ,Bryn Athyn, PA, 19009

Chaos Analyser

Programs to Time delay embedding, Attractor (3d) viewing and animation,

PoincarĂ© sections, Mutual information, Singular Value Decomposition embedding,

Full Lyapunov spectra (with noise cancellation), Local SVD analysis (for

determining the systems dimension). By Mike Banbrook.

System: Unix, X windows

For more info: http://www.ee.ed.ac.uk/~mb/analysis_progs.html

Chaos Cookbook

These programs go with J. Pritchard's book, The Chaos Cookbook System:

Programs written in Visual Basic & Turbo Pascal

Available: $$http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0750617772

Chaos Plot

ChaosPlot is a simple program which plots the chaotic behavior of a damped,

driven anharmonic oscillator.

System: Macintosh

For more info:

http://archives.math.utk.edu/software/mac/diffEquations/.directory.html

Cubic Oscillator Explorer

The CUBIC OSCILLATOR EXPLORER is a Macintosh application which allows

interactive exploration of the chaotic processes of the Cubic Oscillator,

i.e..Duffing's equation.

System: Macintosh + Digidesign DSP card, Digisystem init 2.6 and (optional)

MIDI Manager

Available: (Missing??) Fractal Music

DataPlore

Signal and time series analysis package. Contains standard facilities for

signal processing as well as advanced features like wavelet techniques and

methods of nonlinear dynamics.

Systems: MS Windows, Linux, SUN Solaris 2.6

Available: $$http://www.datan.de/dataplore/

dstool

Free software from Guckenheimer's group at Cornell; DSTool has lots of

examples of chaotic systems, PoincarĂ© sections, bifurcation diagrams.

System: Unix, X windows.

Available: ftp://cam.cornell.edu/pub/dstool/

Dynamical Software Pro

Analyze non-linear dynamics and chaos. Includes ODEs, delay differential

equations, discrete maps, numerical integration, time series embedding, etc.

System: DOS. Microsoft Fortran compiler for user defined equations.

Available: SciTech http://www.scitechint.com/

Dynamics: Numerical Explorations.

A book + disk by H. Nusse, and J.Yorke. A hands on approach to learning the

concepts and the many aspects in computing relevant quantities in chaos

System: PC-compatible computer or X-windows system on Unix computers

Available: $$ http://www.springer-ny.com/detail.tpl?isbn=0387982647

Dynamics Solver

Dynamics Solver solve numerically both initial-value problems and boundary-

value problems for continuous and discrete dynamical systems.

System: Windows 3.1 or Windows 95/98/NT

Available: http://tp.lc.ehu.es/jma/ds/ds.html

DynaSys

Phase plane portraits of 2D ODEs by Etienne Dupuis

System: Windows 95/98

Available: (Missing??)

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