pde2path - a Matlab package for continuation and bifurcation in systems of PDEs, v2.3

Current version written and maintained by
H. deWitt, T. Dohnal, J. Rademacher, H. Uecker, and D. Wetzel

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New version pde2path 2.3b (August 2017). Download: pde2path (software and demos) tar.gz or zip.
For newer documentation, see the Quickstart guide and reference card and the Tutorials section.
For older documentation see v1.0 preprint and v2.0 Manual.

pde2path is written and maintained by Hannes deWitt, Tomas Dohnal, Jens Rademacher, Hannes Uecker, and Daniel Wetzel.
For bugs, questions or remarks please write to: pde2path -- at -- uni-oldenburg.de. Any feedback is welcome.

Abstract. pde2path 2.3 is a continuation/bifurcation package for systems of PDEs over bounded d-dimensional domains, d=1,2,3, including features such as nonlinear boundary conditions, cylinder and torus geometries (i.e., periodic boundary conditions), and a general interface for adding auxiliary equations like mass conservation or phase equations for continuation of traveling waves. The original version 1.0 was for elliptic systems in 2D and based on the Matlab pdetoolbox, which in v2.3 now has been more or less replaced by the free package OOPDE.
License
pde2path 2.3 is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU GPL as published by the Free Software Foundation. pde2path 2.3 is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY. See the GNU GPL for more details.
pde2path 2.3 comes with three third party libraries, OOPDE, TOM, and pqzschur, with permission, and somewhat modified by the pde2path team. If you want to redistribute (parts of) these libraries yet again, please first get in touch with the respective author to obtain more information on newer versions.

Your use of pde2path 2.3 implies that you agree to this License.
References.
A journal reference of the software (v1.0) and the (original) demos is
Here is the old preprint. It also contains some details of the mathematics behind the continuation and bifurcation, some mathematical and modeling background on the example problems, and many references. When using pde2path 2.* please also cite: