Extend solution of initial value problem for ordinary differential equation
solext = odextend(sol, odefun, tfinal)
solext = odextend(sol,[],tfinal)
solext = odextend(sol, odefun, tfinal, yinit)
solext = odextend(sol, odefun, tfinal, [yinit, ypinit])
solext = odextend(sol, odefun, tfinal, yinit, options)
solext = odextend(sol, odefun, tfinal)
extends
the solution stored in sol
to an interval with
upper bound tfinal
for the independent variable.
Specify odefun
as a function handle. Specify sol
as
an ODE solution structure created using an ODE solver. The lower bound
for the independent variable in solext
is the same
as in sol
. If you created sol
with
an ODE solver other than ode15i
, the function odefun
computes
the righthand side of the ODE equation, which is of the form y′
= f(t,y).
If you created sol
using ode15i
,
the function odefun
computes the lefthand side
of the ODE equation, which is of the form f(t,y,y′)
= 0.
Parameterizing Functions explains how to provide additional
parameters to the function odefun
, if necessary.
odextend
extends the solution by integrating odefun
from
the upper bound for the independent variable in sol
to tfinal
,
using the same ODE solver that created sol
. By
default, odextend
uses
The initial conditions y = sol.y(:,end)
for
the subsequent integration
The same integration properties and additional input
arguments the ODE solver originally used to compute sol
.
This information is stored as part of the solution structure sol
and
is subsequently passed to solext
. Unless you want
to change these values, you do not need to pass them to odextend
.
solext = odextend(sol,[],tfinal)
uses the
same ODE function that the ODE solver uses to compute sol
to
extend the solution. It is not necessary to pass in odefu
n
explicitly unless it differs from the original ODE function.
solext = odextend(sol, odefun, tfinal, yinit)
uses
the column vector yinit
as new initial conditions
for the subsequent integration, instead of the vector sol.y(end)
.
Note

solext = odextend(sol, odefun, tfinal, yinit, options)
uses
the integration properties specified in options
instead
of the options the ODE solver originally used to compute sol
.
The new options are then stored within the structure solext
.
See odeset
for details on setting options
properties.
Set yinit = []
as a placeholder to specify the
default initial conditions.
The following command
sol=ode45(@vdp1,[0 10],[2 0]);
uses ode45
to solve the system y'
= vdp1(t,y)
, where vdp1
is an example
of an ODE function provided with MATLAB^{®} software, on the interval [0
10]
. Then, the commands
sol=odextend(sol,@vdp1,20); plot(sol.x,sol.y(1,:));
extend the solution to the interval [0 20]
and
plot the first component of the solution on [0 20]
.
deval
 deval
 ode113
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