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Code for \"Harnessing fluctuations to discover dissipative evolution equations\"

Xiaoguai Li, Nicolas Dirr, Peter Embacher, Johannes Zimmer & Celia Reina
This dataset contains the source codes for for the paper "Harnessing fluctuations to discover dissipative evolution equations". The code computes the macroscopic evolution operator associated with many-particle systems (hydrodynamic limit) from particle simulations. The method is based on fluctuation-dissipation theory and is described in the paper. A test case considered is the zero-range process.

Design Dependencies Visualisation Tool - initial alpha release

Jeremy Bonvoisin & Tom Buchert
Heuristics play a great role in design creativity and learning. There is generally no systematic method designers can be provided with in order to derive optimal design solutions. In other words, it is neither possible to list all solutions to a given problem nor to prove the absolute superiority of a given solution. However, guidance can be provided to designers in the form of heuristics, i.e. set of solutions validated by practice, which have proven...

Codes for \"Computing diffusivities from particle models out of equilibrium\"

Johannes Zimmer, Peter Embacher, Nicolas Dirr & Celia Reina
This dataset contains the source code for two C++ utilities used to generate the data in the paper "Computing diffusivities from particle models out of equilibrium". One utility is written for the Zero Range Process (ZRP), one for the Symmetric Exclusion Process (SEP) and Kawasaki dynamics. Each utility is accompanied by a README file that explains how to run and configure the code, and how the particular data in the paper were produced.

Variations of GIT quotients package v0.6.13

Jesus Martinez Garcia & Patricio Gallardo
This software package is a complement to the articles "Moduli of cubic surfaces and their anticanonical divisors" and "Variations of geometric invariant quotients for pairs, a computational approach", both available in the Arxiv. The software package implements a series of algorithms for the study of variations of Geometric Invariant Theory (GIT) quotients of pairs formed by a hypersurface in projective space of dimension n and degree d and a hyperplane embedded in the same projective...

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