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

5.2.4] Where can I find specialized programs for nonlinear science? T-X

Time Series Tools
An extensive list of Unix tools for Time Series analysis
System: Unix
For more info: http://chuchi.df.uba.ar/guille/TS/tools/tools.html (Link
down??)

Time Series Analysis from Darmstadt
Four prgrams Time Series analysis and Dimension calculation from the Institute
of Applied Physics at Darmstadt.
System: OS2 or Solaris/Linux/Win9X/NT + Fortran source
For more info: http://www.physik.tu-darmstadt.de/nlp/distribution.html

Time Series Analysis from Kennel
The program mkball finds the minimum embedding dimension using the false
strands enhancement of the false neighbors algorithm of Kennel & Abarbanel.
System: any C compiler
Available: ftp://lyapunov.ucsd.edu/pub/nonlinear/mbkall.tar.gz

TISEAN Time Series Analysis
Agorithms for data representation, prediction, noise reduction, dimension and
Lyapunov estimation, and nonlinearity testing. By Rainer Hegger, Holger Kantz
and Thomas Schreiber
System: C, C++ and Fortran Codes for Unix,
Available: http://www.mpipks-dresden.mpg.de/~tisean/

Tufillaro's Programs
From the book Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos by Tufillaro, Abbot and Reilly
(1992) (for a sample section see
http://www.drchaos.net/drchaos/Book/node1.html). A collection of programs for
the Macintosh.
System: Macintosh
Available: http://www.drchaos.net/drchaos/bb.html

Unified Life Models (ULM)
ULM, by Stephane Legendre, is a program to study population dynamics and more
generally, discrete dynamical systems. It models any species life cycle graph
(matrix models) inter- and intra-specific competition (non linear systems),
environmental stochasticity, demographic stochasticity (branching processes),
and metapopulations, migrations (coupled systems).
System: PC/Windows 3.X
Available: from http://www.snv.jussieu.fr

Virtual Laboratory
Simulations of 2D active media by the Complex Systems Group at the Max Planck
Inst. in Berlin.
System: Requires PV-Wave by Visual Numerics
$$http://www.vni.com/products/wave/
Available: $$ http://w3.rz-berlin.mpg.de/~mik/oertzen/vlm/m_contents.htm

VRA (Visual Recurrence Analysis)
VRA is a software to display and Study the recurrence plots, first described
by Eckmann, Oliffson Kamphorst And Ruelle in 1987. With RP, one can
graphically detect hidden patterns and structural changes in data or see
similarities in patterns across the time series under study. By Eugene Kononov
Stystem: Windows 95
Available: http://pweb.netcom.com/~eugenek/download.html

Xphased
Phase 3D plane program for X-windows systems (for systems like Lorenz,
Rossler). Plot, rotate in 3-d, Poincaré sections, etc. By Thomas P. Witelski
System: X-windows, Unix, SunOS 4 binary
Available: http://www.alumni.caltech.edu/~witelski/xphased.html

XPP-Aut
Differential equations and maps for x-windows systems. Links to Auto for
bifurcation analysis. By Bard Ermentrout
System: X-windows, Binaries for many unix systems
Available : ftp://ftp.math.pitt.edu/pub/bardware/tut/

XSpiral
Simulate pattern formation in 2-D excitable media (in particular 2 models, one
of them the FitzHugh-Nagumo). By Flavio Fenton.
System: X-windows
Available : (Missing??)

 

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