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I am currently working on stochastic Galerkin methods for uncertainty
quantification. If you're interested in that, I've build a
matlab/octave toolbox named sglib for that, which is hosted
on github and is placed
- You need git to get the
source. (git is a relatively new version control system, conceived by
Linus Torvalds to host the kernel sources; much superior to subversion
and the like IMHO) If you have it, type:
git clone git://github.com/ezander/sglib.git
get the source.
- If you don't have git or don't want to install it, you can also
click the "download" button on
the projects overview
page to download a tarball or zip archive.
- Octave support is currently lacking (i.e. some parts work, others
- Documentation is ony partly done, however, if you have questions,
feel free to ask.
- This code is mainly developed to support my doctoral thesis. It
tries to be generally useful, but is of course limited to my current
goals. If there's something more you would need, please file an issue
on the projects page, and I'll see what I can do.