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 Jul22 awarded Announcer Apr7 comment Continuous superposition of bump functions I forgot to add that with the pcw/s function you have recommended, I will have only one "bump". I am looking at getting a central bump and "satellite" bumps of smaller amplitude around it. I believe these are called compactons. Apr7 comment Continuous superposition of bump functions @HenningMakhold Yes I thought about a piecewise function but decided against it in case in is not "discretized" correctly with finite difference schemes and such. The pcw/s function, however, needs to be three part and I tried that (will include code soon) with no success! Apr7 comment Continuous superposition of bump functions @HenningMalkholm That was a good idea and I tried it. It would seem that the coefficient a would need to be a "curvature" type term? Right now I have discontinuities in my plot. See updated question. Thank you for your input! Apr7 revised Continuous superposition of bump functions added 588 characters in body Apr7 comment Continuous superposition of bump functions @fgp yes. Thank you for catching that. Working on translation as suggested by Henning Makholm below. Apr7 revised Continuous superposition of bump functions added plot code Apr7 comment Continuous superposition of bump functions @fgp apologies. On a semi regular basis, the engineer in me murderizes the mathematician. The x varies from 0 to L. I hope that provides clarity? Apr7 asked Continuous superposition of bump functions Feb10 awarded Organizer Feb10 revised evaluate $\int\frac{3x}{\sqrt{1-2x}}dx$ Added a tag Feb10 suggested approved edit on evaluate $\int\frac{3x}{\sqrt{1-2x}}dx$ Oct31 revised Rates of increase of the angle of inclination and of the distance from the object Edit should be provided instead of replying via "answer" Oct31 answered Adding sine waves of different phase, sin(π/2) + sin(3π/2)? Oct31 awarded Citizen Patrol Oct31 suggested approved edit on Rates of increase of the angle of inclination and of the distance from the object Oct25 comment Difference between Fourier series and Fourier transformation @Dean Here is something that I found extremely useful for Fourier transforms. Link Oct25 comment Solve autonomous ODE with Mathematica Do you have boundary conditions by any chance that you could use to plot the solution? {{w[x] -> -2 (-1 + Tanh[1/2 (-2 x - Sqrt[2] C[1])]^2)}} is what I got on Mathematica as well. What were you expecting? Oct21 awarded Tumbleweed Oct14 awarded Commentator