(Stochastic) Partial differential equation integrator. Next version of the XMDS package used in quantum optics and Bose-Einstein condensate research.
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README

Welcome to XMDS2 (codename: xpdeint), a software package that allows the fast and easy solution of sets of ordinary, partial and stochastic differential equations, using a variety of efficient numerical algorithms.

If you have any questions, please email xmds-user@lists.sourceforge.net

The best place to begin your journey is with the documentation on our website: http://www.xmds.org 
 
It will explain the program and the installation instructions. 

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