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Re: solving PDE's

  • Subject: [mg3006] Re: solving PDE's
  • From: ianc (Ian Collier)
  • Date: 22 Jan 1996 06:04:29 -0600
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  • Sender: mj at wri.com

In article <4dngoo$fqh at dragonfly.wri.com>, "John P. Schneider"
<schneids at cmu.edu> wrote:

> I need to solve a complicated non-linear partial 
> differential equation (of two variables).  Can 
> Mathematica makes this easier for me, or must I 
> do it the hard way with FORTRAN?

You might want to look at the book "Partial Differential
Equations with Mathematica" by Dimitri Vvedensky 
(Addison-Wesley 1992). It discusses using Mathematica 
to generate solutionsto non-linear PDEs.

There is a set of Mathematica The sample notebooks are available on MathSource,
Wolfram Research's electronic library of Mathematica 
materials.

MathSource is accessible by email (mathsource at wri.com), by
anonymous ftp/gopher (mathsource.wri.com) and by World Wide
Web (http://www.wri.com/MathSource.html).

I hope this helps.

--Ian

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