19 Jun 2009
Level set methods are a class of numerical algorithms for simulation of dynamic implicit surfaces (which arise in graphics, animation and CFD) and approximation of solutions of Hamilton-Jacobi partial differential equations (which arise in control).
While simple level set methods are relatively easy to implement, the details of high-accuracy algorithms can be challenging. This toolbox is designed to allow easy exploration and application of level set methods, by providing m-file implementations of state-of-the-art algorithms on Cartesian meshes in arbitrary dimension. A 100+ page indexed user manual and all code, including 12+ examples, is included.