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## Re: backward ODE solving

**From**: |
Ben Diedrich |

**Subject**: |
Re: backward ODE solving |

**Date**: |
Mon, 26 Apr 2004 17:16:36 -0400 |

"John W. Eaton" wrote:
>* OK.*
>
>* The Fortran versions of both lsode and dassl/daspk will allow you to*
>* request that they return intermediate output points. Octave's*
>* interfaces to these subroutines do not have this feature yet, but it*
>* would probably be fairly easy to add. If someone is interested in*
>* working on this project, let me know. I can give you some pointers*
>* about where to start.*
>
>* Thanks,*
>
>* jwe*
Until then, I got my gradient optimization function to work with 'lsode'. I
added
another input that specifies the number of time steps to sample. Then, I use
linspace to define the time vector for lsode. I think this will work for most
cases.
Thanks,
Ben
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