Bernard Deconinck's Research

Software

 Riemann Constant Vector. Maple software for the
computation of the Riemann Constant Vector of a Riemann surface specified as a plane algebraic curve.
Here
are the relevant files (source, examples, instructions) for the
code (with Matt Patterson).
 SpectrUW2.0: freeware for the
computation of spectra of linear operators. See
SpectrUW's project page
for more
information (With Firat Kiyak and J. D. Carter).
 Abelmap, etc. Maple software for the
computation of the Abel map from a Riemann surface to its Jacobian.
Here
are the relevant files (source, examples, instructions) for the
code (with Matt Patterson). Available
in Maple 11, or later.
 INT, SUM, etc. Maple software for the
symbolic integration and summation of expressions that may or may not be
exact. Here
are the relevant files (source, examples, instructions) for the
code (with Michael Nivala).
 SpectrUW1.0: freeware for the
computation of spectra of linear operators. See
SpectrUW's project page
for more
information (With Firat Kiyak and J. D. Carter and J. Nathan Kutz).
 Maple software for the symbolic
computation of conservation laws of (1+1)dimensional partial differential
equations. Here are
instructions,
examples, and the
source file for the code (With Michael A. Nivala).
 I have developed Maple
software for the numerical computation of Riemann theta functions. This
software is available in Maple , versions
8 or later. If you run Maple 7, you can download a version from here (with Mark van Hoeij)
 I have developed Maple
software for the computation (symbolic and numerical) of the monodromy,
homology, cohomology and periodmatrix of a Riemann surface specified by a
(possibly singular) plane algebraic curve. This software is available in Maple , versions 6 or later. If you still
run MapleV.5, you can download a version from here.(with Mark van Hoeij)