'SweepOver' makes the exploration of a model by numerical simulations easier and faster. For example, take a system that has 4 parameters A,B,C,D and that produces a figure of some quantity against A. In code, this corresponds to a loop. If you need to see what happens when B is varied, and you modify the loop slightly. However, doing this repeatedly becomes tedious very quickly. 'SweepOver' gives you a black box, that is, an executable called PROG that simulates a system for a given set of parameters and prints out the relevant quantities. Then SweepOver sweeps over any parameter magically.
released on 9 December 2004
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