3 edition of Boundary problems for a recurrence relation. found in the catalog.
Published 1966 by Administrator in nodata
Thesis - University of Toronto.Bibliography: leaves 314-320.
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Pagination | xvi, 52 p. : |
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But in inhomogeneous recurrences, the linear combination is not equal to zero and therefore the solution is more difficult than the homogeneous recurrences. AB - Simulations of wave propagation in the Earth usually require truncation of a larger domain to the region of interest to keep computational cost acceptable. 170 shows that if a convergence of the iterative process for a boundary problem 5. This is also our solution.
in terms of past and current values of other variables. The method is computationally costly but has the advantage that it can be reused on a sequence of problems as long as the time step and the sound speed values next to the boundary are kept fixed.
Lucky for us, there are a few techniques for converting recursive definitions to closed formulas. If your device is not in landscape mode many of the equations will run off the side of your device should be able to scroll to see them and some of the menu items will be cut off due to the narrow screen width.
Remember, the recurrence relation tells you how to get from previous terms to future terms. The best way to learn how to do recurrences in Mathematica are by examples, and a perfect example for this topic is the. These are two separate concepts; 1 a function T n and the various ways to represent it, such as a recurrence relationship, and 2 the number of operations required to run an algorithm. We are interested in finding the roots of the characteristic equation, which are called surprise the characteristic roots.
There are cases in which obtaining a direct solution would be all but impossible, yet solving the problem via a thoughtfully chosen integral transform is straightforward. The exact ones can also be applied independently. For a given arithmetical accuracy, there is clearly a minimum step size h below which rounding errors will produce inaccuracies larger than those due to truncation errors. However, it is possible for the characteristic polynomial to have only one root.
Usually the time interval between generations is taken to be a constant.
Change of variable Sometimes changing the variable in a recurrence relation helps to solve the complicated recurrences.
Therefore, we need to convert the recurrence relation into appropriate form before solving.