[Haskell-cafe] representing differencial equations in haskell

Antoine Latter aslatter at gmail.com
Tue Sep 25 07:49:14 EDT 2007

I don't see anything in hackage off the top of my head.  If it's a set
of DEs like that, Runge-Kutta is a good place to start if you want to
code your own integrator:

But if it were me I would just use an integrator built in to ocatve:


On 9/25/07, Thomas Girod <girodt at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi there.
> Let's say I have mathematical model composed of several differential
> equations, such as :
> di/dt = cos(i)
> dc/dt = alpha * (i(t) - c(t))
> (sorry my maths are really bad, but I hope you get the point)
> I would like to approximate the evolution of such a system iteratively. How
> would you do that in haskell ?
> cheers,
> Thomas
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