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Manual of VIKAASA: An application capable of computing and graphing viability kernels for simple viability problems

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  • Krawczyk, Jacek B
  • Pharo, Alastair S

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This manual introduces and provides usage details for an application we have developed called VIKAASA, as well as the library of functions underlying it. VIKAASA runs in GNU Octave or MATLAB®, using the numerical computing and graphing capabilities of those packages to approximate, visualise and test viability kernels for viability problems involving a differential inclusion of two or more dynamic variables, a rectangular constraint set and a single scalar control.

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  • Krawczyk, Jacek B & Pharo, Alastair S, 2011. "Manual of VIKAASA: An application capable of computing and graphing viability kernels for simple viability problems," Working Paper Series 1878, Victoria University of Wellington, School of Economics and Finance.
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    1. Gunaratna, Thakshila, 2014. "Differences in monetary policies between two hypothetical closed economies:one which is concerned with avoiding a large negative output gap and the other which is not," MPRA Paper 61826, University Library of Munich, Germany, revised 03 Feb 2015.

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    Computational economics; Viability theory; VIKAASA;

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