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Alfonso
07/06/12 02:14am

In Response To 'Re: Numerical integration over an arbitrary 2D ...'
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Hi Michael,
thanks for your answer.

You are right, for complex domain i mean a domain (in R^2) that i cannot parametrize.
On the other hand, i know the formulas of my functions f(x,y).

Unfortunatly your link doesn't work. However, i think that the very better way to face this problem is to use a triangular mesh of the domain.

I can generate a list of the triangles by means of an external mesher tool. The fact is that I don't know how to import this list in mathetamica.
Can you help my? Thanks again,

Alfonso

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Numerical integration over an arbitrary 2D domain Alfonso 06/30/12 12:26pm
Re: Numerical integration over an arbitrary 2D ... Michael 07/05/12 03:01am
Re: Re: Numerical integration over an arbitrary... Alfonso 07/06/12 02:14am
Re: Re: Re: Numerical integration over an arbit... Michael 07/07/12 12:25pm
Re: Re: Re: Re: Numerical integration over an a... Alfonso 07/08/12 03:49am
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