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Randall Britten <r.britten@auckland.ac.nz>
2011-09-19 15:00:19+12:00
Minor changes in order to make it valid SED-ML. Used validator ("http://minakata.dyndns.org/SED-ML Web Tools/") and automatic fix tool, as well as editing by hand.
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This workspace houses a CellML encoding of the 1963 Lorenz model which became a well-known demonstration of deterministic chaos. The original article DOI is 10.1175/1520-0469(1963)0202.0.CO;2. This model was encoded based on the Octave code available in the related Wikipedia article.

An OpenCell 0.8 session file is available. SED-ML can also be used to simulate this model, the simulation description is in Lorenz_1963_sedml.xml, and the simulation experiment can be run using the SED-ML Web Tools. The figures below show the results fro OpenCell and from using SED-ML.