**ISBN:** 0387947213

**Author:** Stan Wagon,Dan Schwalbe

**Language:** English

**Publisher:** Springer; 1 edition (January 17, 1997)

**Pages:** 271

**Category:** Mathematics

**Subcategory:** Science

**Rating:** 4.7

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VisualDSolve is a Mathematica e-book and accompanying package showing how Mathematica's visualization tools can be used to enhance the viewing of solutions to differential equations

VisualDSolve is a Mathematica e-book and accompanying package showing how Mathematica's visualization tools can be used to enhance the viewing of solutions to differential equations. The book contains 18 chapters; the first 5 serve as a manual to the many functions of the package, and the other 13 are comprehensive examples.

Authors: Schwalbe, Dan, Wagon, Stan.

VisualDSolve, a package developed by Dan Schwalbe and Stan Wagon, provides a wide variety of tools for visualizing solutions to ordinary differential equations. Some of these methods are new, such as the ability to look at nullclines and related regions of flow for an autonomous system in the plane, and the use of curvy fish shapes to illustrate a direction field. A nifty feature of Mathematica is that one can use high precision as a means of verifying correctness of numerical solutions.

The VisualDSolve package was written by Dan Schwalbe and Stan Wagon in 1994 and was originally accompanied by a printed book (by Springer-Verlag) containing documentation and many examples of differential equations modeling suitable for a university course. The package provided a wide variety of tools for visualizing solutions of ordinary differential equations, including commands to generate isoclines, vector fields, flow fields, shaded phase-plane images, and Poincaré sections

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