
From:  Carlo de Falco 
Subject:  Re: Solving PDE; novice question 
Date:  Wed, 15 Apr 2009 04:24:28 +0200 
On 15 Apr 2009, at 00:18, Ivan Sutoris wrote:
I'm not expert on PDE's, but I think Octave itself does not have specific function for PDE solving, and I don't see such package at OctaveForge either. I've discovered some finite element code for Octave on the web [1], [2] , but haven't tried it myself. [1] FEMOCTAVE: http://ideas.repec.org/c/cod/octave/c090801.html [2] OctMesh: http://octmesh.forja.rediris.es/
Among packages devoted to solution of PDEs in general, I'd like to mention, in addition to the ones above,
the octaveforge package BIM [3] BIM: http://octave.sourceforge.net/bimbut, to my knowledge, none of the above can deal out of the box with the kind of nonlinear integrodifferential problem mentioned by th OP
Regards Ivan Sutoris
c.
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