ASCEND IV is an object-oriented mathematical modeling environment, with similar functionality to programs such as GAMS, AMPL, Aspen, or Dymola. If can be used to solve difficult non-linear systems of equations and to plot dynamic behaviour of such systems. Although ASCEND has primarily been developed by Chemical Engineers, great care has been exercised to assure that it is domain independent. ASCEND can support modeling activities in fields from Architecture to (computational) Zoology.
DocumentationManual at http://ascendwiki.cheme.cmu.edu/Category:Documentation
released on 30 April 2012
|License||Verified by||Verified on||Notes|
|GPLv2||Ted Teah||18 September 2006|
Leaders and contributors
|Art Westerberg & many others||Contributor|
|Jerry St Clair||Contributor|
Resources and communication
|Bug Tracking||VCS Repository Webview||http://mantis.cruncher2.dyndns.org|
|Developer||VCS Repository Webview||http://ascendsvn.cheme.cmu.edu/ascend/code/|
|Required to build||Scons|
|Required to use||Python|
|Required to build||Yacc|
|Required to use||Numarray|
|Required to build||Lex|
|Required to use||Tcl/Tk|
|Required to build||GCC|
|Required to use||Matplotlib|
|Required to use||GTK+|
|Required to build||SWIG|
|Required to use||PyGTK|
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