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Mar
12
comment System of two differential equations where all characteristic roots are complex conjugate
so, as I understood, firstly I should insert this first solution into homogenous system and determine first pair of constants c1 and c2, then I should insert second solution and determine c3 and c4. Finally when I will obtain c1,c2, c3, c4... c8, what will be the function y1(x) and what y2(x) in the last step?
Mar
11
comment System of two differential equations where all characteristic roots are complex conjugate
how many constants? just present us the solution for each function
Mar
11
comment System of two differential equations where all characteristic roots are complex conjugate
Can You give me some instructions in detail or just start point that I can continue
Jul
17
comment Polar Decomposition for Symplectic Matrices
@ YACP As I can see, this problem with symplectic matrix is just transformation to polar, I have one more condition, how can I use this your answer and apply on mine problem math.stackexchange.com/questions/444304/…
Mar
16
comment Three-Body problem - Newtonian space
@ Anil I am not sure what you mean.
Mar
15
comment Three-Body problem - Newtonian space
@Jyrki thank you very much for your attention, but can you help me how to simulate three body problem?
Dec
8
comment How to change Hermite function to have a same shape with moving extremum point and zeros
I didn't explain good, also the boundary conditions in -1 and 1 must be the same (my don't good explanation with "to have same shape"). Please, take a look up. I putted an example, but I don't want to connect two functions, I need just one.