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I need to numerically compute the area of the region between an ellipse (say with major axis a and minor axis b) centered at ori...

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I need to run the pdetool analysis several times for different values of pde coefficients. Repeating this procedure for differen...

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Posted 2 years ago

how to read data stored at a particular line number in a text file? is there any built in matlab command? many thanks for help

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Posted 9 years ago

Hi, I have a \theta vs \rho data which can be plotted using polar command in Matlab. I need to get a modified polar plot as f...

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Posted 3 years ago

inverse it's integration parameter. and so shouldn't appear in the final expression. i should have made it clear already.

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Responded 9 years ago

ifourier(exp(i*(k^2-kr^2)^(1/2)*abs(z-zs))/(k^2-kr^2)^(1/2),kr,r) yes, kr is a parameter but green's function when integrated wi...

hi all i have a function of following form and want to take inverse fourier transform of it.(symbolic) f=(exp(i*sqrt(k^2-kr^2)*...

I have a PDE subdomain (say \Omega) that is bounded by \Gamma = \Gamma_1 \cup \Gamma_2. I need to specify an analytic boundary c...

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hi all i need to integrate following function f(x)=exp(-i*k*x)/x where i=complex(0,1) i used int(exp(-i*k*x)/x) which results in...

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Posted 8 years ago

did u mean compiling the module file itself? it says : File X.mod cannot be processed. The file must be an object file, an impor...

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hi i have a precompiled module symbol file(.mod) which is called by a main f90 program in fortran. when i run the f90 code on Un...

Hello, I need to find the eigenvalues of a 2D membrane of arbitrary shape. Given the (x,y) data that defines the shape of the ...

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hi all i am running a f90 code on HP unix machine. this f90 code uses . which ( i guess) is supported by windows. i don't have t...

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obtain y as a function of x, say y=F(x), assign a vector x=0:0.1:1; for count=1:size(x,2)

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Responded 10 years ago

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