This is the command gvb that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
gvb - simulate 1 and 2-dimensional vibrations in a nice GUI
This manual page documents briefly the gvb command.
gvb is a program that lets the user simulate waves and vibrations with given starting
positions, calculation method and graphical appearance.
It's easy to get the GUI nearly stuck if started with too much points; the maximum of
points that an average computer can manage while remaining responsive is probably about
200. An exception is given by the fact that if you are dumping frames to create an
animation, probably you want a good quality and won't mind if the GUI is almost stuck.
Also pay attention to the fact that the "eig" mode requires a lot of precalculation; in
this mode, calculating in 2 dimensions with just 15 points per dimension can already
require some minutes, depending on CPU power.
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