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### Quick scheme for separable first-order ODE

I'm trying to integrate an incredibly simple ODE: $$y'(x) = -f(y),\quad y(0) = y_0 \ ,$$ from $x=0$ to $x=1$. This is a decay type of equation, $f$ is the (variable) decay rate and $y$ is the ...
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### Integration including bessel function

I’m trying to evaluate an improper integral of a 0th order Bessel function of the first kind using Matlab: v = integral(@(x)besselj(0, x), 0, Inf) which returns ...
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### Finite difference equations versus boundary integral equations for elliptic pdes

In certain cases, boundary integral methods are preferred for elliptic partial differential equations as opposed to finite difference methods. For instance, for solving the Poisson equation in a ...
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### analytic or numeric integral of diverging function

I'm trying to carry out the following integral numerically \int_{r_\mathrm{in}}^{r_\mathrm{out}} \Sigma\left(r'\right) \frac{r'}{r} \left( \frac{1}{r-r'}\, E(L) + \frac{1}{r+r'}\, K(L) \right) \...
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### An Octree Code in Fortran

I am new to scientific computing. I am looking for a Fortran ( preferably f90) implementation of an Octree. My problem requires an Octree which divides my domain until there aren't more than some N ...
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### Flux calculation - discretization of solid angle

I am currently tasked with calculating the total flux of photons or irradiance from a flat emitter ('pixel'). Previously we measured the Luminance head-on (90 degree from the emitting surface) and ...
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### Numerical integration for modelling curve for superconductors (Python)

I am a physicist who is trying to model the current-voltage characteristics of a superconductor-superconductor junction. The equation for this model is: \begin{align} I(V) = \frac{1}{eR_{\mathrm{n-n}...
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### Lax equivalence theorem for integro-differential equation

Can the Lax equivalence theorem (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lax_equivalence_theorem) be applied to the discretization of integro-differential equations, or does a similar theorem exist for them?
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### Representing an integral as a special function

In my research I have come across the following integral f = \int_0^{2\pi} \text{d}\theta \exp\left\{\frac{3}{2}(h_1 \cos^2\theta + h_2 \sin^2\theta + 2 h_{12} \sin\theta \cos\theta)\...