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Two point boundary value problems

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: Two point boundary value problems
  • From: bpsafran at weizmann.weizmann.ac.il
  • Date: Mon, 2 May 1994 10:16:11 +0200

Greetings:

Is there a package written either by Wolfram or by other users which solves
two point boundary value problems in one dimension.  That is, a package
something like NDSolve, but where the boundary conditions can be specified
at two different points and not all at a single point.  This would help me
and my group in our work on statistical mechanics of membranes.  The
package would be most effective if it allowed high order derivatives and
not just second order differential equations.

Many Thanks.

Sam Safran





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                                 *     Sam Safran
                                 *     Dept.of Materials and Interfaces
                                 *     Weizmann Institute
                                 *     Rehovot, ISRAEL 76100
                                 *     Fax: 972-8-343362 or 972-8-344138
                                 *     Phone:  972-8-343362
                                 * Internet: BPSAFRAN at WEIZMANN.WEIZMANN.AC.IL

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