I keep thinking of various planetary system configurations, and would like to know:
What are the fundamental references based on Monte Carlo long-term simulation of planetary systems' evolution that put testable restrictions on the distribution of stable configurations around Sol-like stars (books, papers, software packages)?
How rare is the configuration wherein a dwarf planet (Ceres, I'm looking at you) is located in the inner system?
The main question is the first one, in the vein of "teach a man to fish...".
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