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Re: Trouble with fsolve

From: Joel Konkle-Parker
Subject: Re: Trouble with fsolve
Date: Wed, 19 Oct 2005 07:19:19 -0500

On Tue, 2005-10-18 at 17:17 +0200, David Bateman wrote:
> together with the explanation of why this is the wrong way to go.. Note 
> that the changes to "quad" were made. However daspk, dasrt, dassl, 
> fsolve, lsode and odessa weren't converted as the resulting code is an 
> ugly hack. The only real solution is to completely dump the existing 
> mess for these functions and reimplement it removing the underlying 
> fortran code.... So a workaround with global variables is the only way 
> this can be done at the moment in octave..

Have you guys looked at SciPy for an example? Their fsolve function lets
you include multiple parameters, and according to them, it's just a
simple wrapper around MINPACK.

Joel Konkle-Parker

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