DAEPACK (pronounced D-A-E-PACK) is a software library for general numerical calculations. DAEPACK is divided into two major libraries: symbolic analysis and transformation andnumerical calculation. The symbolic analysis and transformation library consists of components for analyzing general Fortran-90 models and automatically generating the information required when using modern numerical algorithms. For example, components are provided that: automatically generate new code which determines the sparsity pattern of the model for a given set of inputs (sparsity pattern generation), automatic generation of a discontinuity-locked model and extraction of hidden discontinuities, allowing state-of-the art state event location algorithms to be applied to general FORTRAN models so that hybrid discrete/continuous dynamic simulation can be performed efficiently and robustly and parametric sensitivity calculations can be performed correctly discontinuity locking), and component for determining the analytical derivatives of the original model using automatic differentiation (AD) (automatic differentiation).

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  1. Stechlinski, Peter; Patrascu, Michael; Barton, Paul I.: Nonsmooth DAEs with applications in modeling phase changes (2019)
  2. Harwood, Stuart M.; Höffner, Kai; Barton, Paul I.: Efficient solution of ordinary differential equations with a parametric lexicographic linear program embedded (2016)
  3. Khan, Kamil A.; Saxena, Vibhu P.; Barton, Paul I.: Sensitivity analysis of limit-cycle oscillating hybrid systems (2011)
  4. Chachuat, B.; Mitsos, A.; Barton, P. I.: Optimal start-up of microfabricated power generation processes employing fuel cells (2010)
  5. Mitsos, Alexander; Barton, Paul I.: Parametric mixed-integer 0-1 linear programming: The general case for a single parameter (2009)
  6. Wilkins, A. Katharina; Tidor, Bruce; White, Jacob; Barton, Paul I.: Sensitivity analysis for oscillating dynamical systems (2009)
  7. Chachuat, Benoît; Barton, Paul I.: Numerical simulation of a class of PDAEs with a separation of time scales (2008)
  8. Gerhard, Johannes; Marquardt, Wolfgang; Mönnigmann, Martin: Normal vectors on critical manifolds for robust design of transient processes in the presence of fast disturbances (2008)
  9. Lee, C. K.; Barton, P. I.: Global optimization of linear hybrid systems with varying transition times (2008)
  10. Mitsos, Alexander; Lemonidis, Panayiotis; Barton, Paul I.: Global solution of bilevel programs with a nonconvex inner program (2008)
  11. Wunderlich, Lena: Analysis and numerical solution of structured and switched differential-algebraic systems (2008)
  12. Oluwole, O. O.; Barton, P. I.; Green, W. H. jun.: Obtaining accurate solutions using reduced chemical kinetic models: a new model reduction method for models rigorously validated over ranges (2007)
  13. Kesavan, Padmanaban; Allgor, Russell J.; Gatzke, Edward P.; Barton, Paul I.: Outer approximation algorithms for separable nonconvex mixed-integer nonlinear programs (2004)
  14. Lee, C. K.; Barton, P. I.: Global dynamic optimization of linear hybrid systems (2004)
  15. Singer, A. B.; Barton, P. I.: Global solution of optimization problems with parameter-embedded linear dynamic systems. (2004)
  16. Gatzke, Edward P.; Tolsma, John E.; Barton, Paul I.: Construction of convex relaxations using automated code generation techniques (2002)
  17. Tolsma, John E.; Barton, Paul I.: Hidden discontinuities and parametric sensitivity calculations (2002)

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