# Questions tagged [ode]

Ordinary Differential Equations (ODEs) contain functions of only one independent variable, and one or more of their derivatives with respect to that variable. This tag is intended for questions on modeling phenomena with ODEs, solving ODEs, and other related aspects.

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### wavelet for numerical partial differential equations

Is there a good introduction into wavelet Galerkin schemes for numerical partial (and ordinary) differential equations?
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### scipy odeint: sum of conservative ode equations does not remain zero as it is being solved — is this normal?

Let us say we have the following equations: dy1/dt = f(y1, t) [1] dy2/dt = g(y2, t) [2] The equations are such that they are "conservative", i.e. the ...
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### Heuristic help with preconditioning large system ODEs

I'm looking for some general insight on preconditioning. In particular, relevant references/resources/comments would be greatly appreciated. Note, I have been through some of the literature, but am ...
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### How to model a fishing rod (or a rope)?

I wish to model a fishing rod (or a rope) by joining short segments. (The segments may have equal (short) length but each segment should be assigned its own individual mass.) One segment will ...
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### How to get ODE solution at specified time points?

The code below basically illustrates my problem. It is a test code for a pendulum. I solve it using a method suggested on https://stackoverflow.com/questions/12926393/using-adaptive-step-sizes-with-...
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### Error analysis and the Model Problem [closed]

In numerical methods for ODE's, the model problem y' = cy where c is complex is regarded as sufficient in performing error analysis for different methods in ...
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### Adaptive ODE algorithm in Python

I want to integrate a particle path in 2D using the integrate.ode module. Things that are a bit different in my case are that, I only want to integrate up to a ...
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### Why am I getting so much error for my Runge Kutta Fehlberg solver?

My current project is a reprogramming of a protein folding model involving the solution of thousands of ODEs in C++. I've been making some stop and start progress as I'm writing the solver to run ...
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### Choice of step size using ODEs in matlab

Hey there and thanks for giving time to look at my question. This is a updated version of my question which I posted earlier in physics.stackexchange.com I'm currently studying a 2D exciton spinor ...
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### How does one test a numerical ODE solver implementation?

I'm about to start working on a software library of numerical ODE solvers, and I'm struggling with how to formulate tests for the solver implementations. My ambition is that the library, eventually, ...
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### Best form for a system of ODEs to solve with Runge_kutta

Recently when I was solving a system of ODEs using runge-Kutta method , I got much different results when I transformed the variables from spherical coordinates ($r$ and $\theta$ ) to cylindrical ...
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### 4th order Padé scheme formula derivation

I am trying to derive the formula of the 4th order PadĆ© scheme that passes through the points $x_i$, $x_{i-1}$ and $x_{i+1}$ \Big(\frac{\partial\phi}{\partial x} \Big)_i = -\frac{1}{4}\Big(\frac{\...
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### Solver error in SciPy/LSODA with a very specific parameter set

I'm implementing a very simple Susceptible-Infected-Recovered model with a steady population for an idle side project - normally a pretty trivial task. But I'm running into solver errors using either ...
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### Reference request: Rigorous analysis of algorithms for PDE and ODE

I'm interested in suggestions for book references on the subject of numerical PDE and ODE, in particular, a rigorous analysis of such methods in a manner written for professional mathematicians. It ...

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