# The New M ATLAB Code bvpsuite for the Solution of Singular Implicit

@inproceedings{Kitzhofer2010TheNM, title={The New M ATLAB Code bvpsuite for the Solution of Singular Implicit}, author={G. Kitzhofer and Othmar Koch and Gernot Pulverer and Christa Simon and Ewa Weinm{\"u}ller}, year={2010} }

Our aim is to provide the open domain M ATLAB codebvpsuite for the efficient numerical solution of boundary value problems in ordinary differe ntial equations. Motivated by applications, we are especially interested in designing a code whose scope is a propriately wide, including fully implicit problems of mixed orders, parameter dependent probl ems, problems with unknown parameters, problems posed on semi-infinite intervals, eigenvalue prob lems and differential algebraic equations of index 1…

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