%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% EULER_backward_ODE.m %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% % Euler modified approximation method to solve IVP ODEs % f defines the function f(t,y) % t0 defines initial value of t % y0 defines initial value of y
COMPOSITE trapezoid Method for numerical calculations & analysis exercises in Numeric Integration. f function is given in terms of a symbolic variable x and as an inline function. E.g., f=inline('x^2+2*x-2'). Also, if the function f is...
COMPOSITE SIMPSON's method for numerical calculations and analysis exercises of Numeric Integration. f function is given in terms of a symbolic variable x and as an inline function. E.g., inline('x^2+2*x-2'). Also, if the function f is...
HELP. MIDPOINT method. Some numerical calculations and analysis exercises of Numeric Integration for comparison analysis. f function is given in terms of a symbolic variable x and as an inline function. E.g., f=inline('x^2+2*x-2'). Also, if the...
HELP: PLOTsaveas_fig.m function file is a nice demo and tiny useful script to manipulate figure window and to have printout options. Also, via this script a user can obtain info on a figure object size, created date, etc. Example: computation...
%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% EULER_modified_ODE.m %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% % Euler modified approximation method to solve IVP ODEs % f defines the function f(t,y) % t0 defines initial value of t % y0 defines initial value of y
SMDode Spring-Mass-Damper system behavior analysis for given Mass, Damping and Stiffness values. % The system's damper has non-linear properties expressed with D*|u'|*u' % e.g., abs(velocity)*velocity % Solver ode15s is employed;...
Comparison analysis of numerical intergration methods, viz. trapezoid, Composite trapezoid, Simpson's Rule, Composite Simpson's rule, Mid-point Rule, Composite Mid-point Rule (scripts of all) taken from author's (Sulaymon L Eshkabilov) other...
COMPOSITE midpoint rule method. Some numerical calculations and analysis exercises of Numeric Integration for comparison analysis. f function is given in terms of a symbolic variable x and expressed as an inline function. E.g.,...
% [t, y]=EULER_forward_ODE(f, t0, y0, tend, Niter) % Euler forward approximation method to solve IVP ODEs % f defines the function f(t,y) % t0 defines initial value of t % y0 defines initial value of y |