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* Find its radius of absolute monotonicity::
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    >>> ssp104.absolute_monotonicity_radius()
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    5.999999999949068
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    >>> ssp104.absolute_monotonicity_radius() # doctest:+ELLIPSIS
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    5.9999999...
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* Load a dictionary with many methods::
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indices = "ijklmnpqrstuvwxyz"
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def elementary_weight_str_jump(tree,parent_label_index=None,node_label_index=0):
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def elementary_weight_str_jump(tree,parent_label_index=None,node_label_index=0,method_type='ERK'):
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    """
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        Constructs elementary weights for a Runge-Kutta method
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        as strings suitable for setting constraints in JuMP.
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    for t in subtrees:
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        ret_str += elementary_weight_str_jump(t, node_label_index, node_label_index+1)
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    if parent_label_index is None:
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    if (parent_label_index is None) or (method_type == 'IRK'):
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        ret_str += " for "+nl+" in 1:s)"
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    else:
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        ret_str += " for "+nl+" in 1:"+pl+")"
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        if method_type == 'ERK':
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            ret_str += " for "+nl+" in 1:"+pl+"-1)"
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        elif method_type == 'DIRK':
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            ret_str += " for "+nl+" in 1:"+pl+")"
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    return ret_str
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            >>> from nodepy import rk, rt
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            >>> tree = rt.list_trees(5)[3]
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            >>> rk.elementary_weight_str_matlab(tree)
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            "b'*(A*(A*c.*c))"
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            "(b'*((A*((A*c).*c))))"
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            >>> rk.elementary_weight_str_matlab(rt.RootedTree('{T^10}'))
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            "b'*(c.^10)"
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            "(b'*(c.^10))"
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            >>> rk.elementary_weight_str_matlab(rt.RootedTree('{{T^11}T}'))
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            "b'*(A*(c.^11))"
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            "(b'*((A*(c.^11))))"
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    """
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    if root:
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        start = "b'"
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        Constructs Butcher's elementary weights for a Runge-Kutta method
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        as strings suitable for numpy execution.
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        For MATLAB code or JuMP code, use the corresponding dedicated function
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        instead of this one.
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        **Examples**:
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            >>> from nodepy import rk, rt
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            >>> rk.elementary_weight_str(tree)
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            'dot(b,dot(A,c**3))'
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            >>> rk.elementary_weight_str(tree,style='matlab')
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            "b'*((A*c.^3))"
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            >>> rk.elementary_weight_str(rt.RootedTree('{T^10}'))
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            'dot(b,c**10)'
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            >>> rk.elementary_weight_str(rt.RootedTree('{{T^11}T}'))
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