NOX & LOCA: Object-Oriented Nonlinear Solver and Continuation Packages
NOX is short for Nonlinear Object-Oriented Solutions, and its objective is to enable the efficient solution of the equation: , where . NOX is designed to work with any linear algebra package and to be easily customized. NOX is part of Sandia's Trilinos project.
LOCA, distributed as part of NOX, is short for Library of Continuation Algorithms, and its objective is to compute families of solutions to and their bifurcations, where . For LOCA specific information, see LOCA Overview.
See NOX User Information
See NOX Developer Information
See NOX and LOCA Release Information
NOX is available for download under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License.
You may download NOX (which includes LOCA) in one of two ways.
Trilinos (includes NOX as well as other packages such as Epetra, Ifpack, and more):
To reports bugs or make enhancement requests, visit NOX's Bugzilla (Bug Tracking) Database, and use the following instructions.
We recommend that users and developers subscribe to the following mailing lists as appropriate.
The following people have contributed code to NOX and/or LOCA:
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Please contact Tammy Kolda (email@example.com) or Roger Pawlowski (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Brett Bader, Sandia National Labs, email@example.com
Russ Hooper, Sandia National Labs, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tammy Kolda, Sandia National Labs, email@example.com (NOX Project Lead)
Roger Pawlowski, Sandia National Labs, firstname.lastname@example.org (NOX Project Lead)
Eric Phipps, Sandia National Labs, email@example.com
Andy Salinger, Sandia National Labs, firstname.lastname@example.org (LOCA Project Lead)
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