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accepted How to solve for $\Gamma(X,t)$ in $\Gamma_{t,X} = S(X,t) \Gamma_X$?
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asked How to solve for $\Gamma(X,t)$ in $\Gamma_{t,X} = S(X,t) \Gamma_X$?
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accepted Determinant of Matrix Computed by Expanding Down the Diagonal?
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comment Determinant of Matrix Computed by Expanding Down the Diagonal?
@AndreasBlass I thought the d's were diffusion coefficients but you may be correct -- however, as you say, this would indicate that det(A) is somehow a function of the diagonal entries of A and that doesn't seem correct.
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asked Determinant of Matrix Computed by Expanding Down the Diagonal?
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answered How do you set up a system of ODE's for this problem?
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asked Relationship between Turing bifurcation, saddle-node bifurcation, and Hopf bifurcation?
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comment How to solve partial integro-differential equation?
But generally, you're right that initial conditions with dependence on $x$ give interesting behavior more easily and over a wider range of parameter values. However, let me take a look at the particular example I asked about and see if I can find that regime with Turing instabilities.
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comment How to solve partial integro-differential equation?
@rajb245 You're correct in both instances.
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comment How to solve partial integro-differential equation?
Absolutely fantastic answer. I agree that Runge-Kutta and one of the numerical integration methods you mentioned are most likely the way to go here. Thank you so much for typing this up! From work I've done on a slightly different system, I would expect that there is a range for $u_0$ that gives interesting behavior (due to Turing instability) both with von Neumann b/c and constant initial conditions. At least, this is what I observe for a very similar system (I think only the kinetics differ) described here: math.umn.edu/~ymori/docs/publications/wavepin.pdf
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accepted How to solve partial integro-differential equation?
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comment How to solve partial integro-differential equation?
Cheers @rajb245 ... if you happen to know how to recast this problem into something that standard numerical methods can handle I would also be very grateful! Also talked to colleagues of mine about the problem and they suggested (i) imposing the integral condition with a Lagrange multiplier (ii) solving the PDE with the integral as new variable $(u_0 - <u>) = u_i(t)$ so that you get a solution in terms of an integral equation $u(x,t) = h(u_i(t), x, t)$, then solve this integral equation
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comment How to solve partial integro-differential equation?
@rajb245 I hope I clarified your questions with my edits. Also see the reference for the paper where this is from -- I might still miss something in my recount of the problem.
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