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Marburg Software Library (MSL)
Marburg Software Library v1.0(.tgz, 1,3 mb)
Marburg Software Library v1.0(.zip, 2,0 mb)
MSL with Git instruction
The Marburg Software Library is a collection of wavelet based c++ algorithms to solve multivariate partial differential equations.
It is at the heart of the Wavelet and Multiscale Library. Here you can download it as zipped or tared file
and inspect a documentation of all the contained classes and files. A versioning control system is not included here.
For someone who is interested to participate and
contribute to the MSL we recommend to download the instruction and
get the software from the git repository
Graphical User Interface (GUI) for the MSL
Download GUI Ubuntu-Version
Here you can download a GUI for the MSL. At the moment it solves well-posed
partial differential equations on the unit intervall based on the adaptive scheme
by Cohen, Dahmen and DeVore
One of the main goals in the near future is to expand the GUI to problems on cubes and L-shaped domains
MS-Lib multiscale scripts
MS-Lib, the Multiscale Library scripts, provides algorithms for Matlab or Octave. It can be accessed by checking it out from its svn repository:
svn checkout https://ms-lib.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/ms-lib [destination path]
The svn checkout command retrieves the contents of the repository by creating a working copy on your machine. Alternatively, you can download the latest MS-Lib tarball and extract its content to your desired destination path.
After checking out or downloading MS-Lib to your computer, locate the folder of the 'install.m' file. Open Matlab/Octave in that folder and execute the command run install. Now you are ready to go.
Two files are provided within the Multi-Tiling-Plotter: the script 'tiling1.m' calculates the tiling sets, and 'tiling1.fig' provides a graphical user interface. The script is written for the numerical computing environment Matlab.
Multi-Tiling-Plotter (.tgz, 110 kb)
ZxZ-Tilings (.zip, 1.4 mb)
The ZxZ Tilings is an executable program intended to run on MS Windows type operating systems.