This is a brief documentation for using pyProximation. pyProximation was originally written to solve systems of integro-differential equations via collocation method in arbitrary number of variables. The current implementation of the method is based on a finite dimensional orthogonal system of functions.
Requirements and dependencies¶
Since this is a python package, so clearly one needs have python available. pyProximation relies on the following packages:
For the symbolic computation, pyProximation need the presence of either sympy or sage.
To install pyProximation, run the following in terminal:
sudo python setup.py install
pyProximation is distributed under MIT license:
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