The Roadrunner Simulation Engine is a C++ library for simulating and analysing systems of differential equations. Roadrunner was designed with performance as a priority and is an exceptionally fast simulator.
For the C API documentation, please find the doxygen generated webpage here:
Time Dependent Simulation (with optional conservation law reduction) using CVODE from the sundials suite.
Steady State evaluation using NLEQ2
Supports SBML Level 2 to 3 but currently excludes algebraic rules and delay differential equations
Uses latest libSBML distribution
Defaults to LLVM code generation on the backend, resulting is very fast simulation times
Optional generation of model C code and linking at run-time
Add plugins, distribution comes with Levenberg-Marquardt optimizer plugin
Supports Metabolic Control Analysis
Supports Frequency Domain Analysis
Additional Plugin API (C and C++)
APIs support fast access to model quantities
Access to other items such as:
Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors
Jacobian, full and reduced
Structural Matrices of the stoichiometry matrix
For instructions on how to install roadrunner please see the installation section.