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Re: Partial Differential Equations in Mathematica

  • Subject: [mg2725] Re: Partial Differential Equations in Mathematica
  • From: saarinen (Sirpa Saarinen)
  • Date: Sat, 9 Dec 1995 01:56:40 -0500
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kreeves at physics.utexas.edu (Kendall Reeves) writes:

>Hello.  I just purchased the student version of mathematica, and it 
>appears that it doesn't handle solutions for partial differential 
>equations.  Is this correct?  If not, is there a standard approach to 
>obtaining a solution?  If you could respond by email to 
>kreeves at physics.utexas.edu, I would appreciate it very much.

>Thanks in advance,

>Kendall Reeves

No version of Mathematica that is out at the moment can handle partial
differential equations. There are some packages out for pde's but without
seeing your particular set of equations, I cannot say much about whether
they would be useful for you.


Sirpa Saarinen
saarinen at wri.com






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