KerMor  0.9
Model order reduction for nonlinear dynamical systems and nonlinear approximation
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Ensuring quality of KerMor and Simulations

Assuring a high quality of simulation results is very important. KerMor implements different means to assist the user in assessing the quality and correctness of simulations performed using KerMor.

On the one side, unit tests are possible using the MUnit MatLab tool. With that, built-in algorithms and features can be tested for correct functionality, and own classes can implement the correct interface to be usable as test.

On the other side, a Default Property Changed Monitoring is implemented in KerMor. This allows to check, if all critical or important properties of the applied algorithms have been changed or at least set since the initial creation of the algorithm classes.