NDSolve
(Built-in Mathematica Symbol) NDSolve[eqns, y, {x, x_min, x_max}] finds a numerical solution to the ordinary differential equations eqns for the function y with the independent variable x in the range ...
The function NDSolve discussed in "Numerical Differential Equations" allows you to find numerical solutions to differential equations. NDSolve handles both single ...
NDSolve solves a differential equation numerically. It returns solutions in a form that can be readily used in many different ways. One typical use would be to produce a plot ...
For most differential equations, the results given by NDSolve are quite accurate. However, because its results are based on numerical sampling and error estimates, there can ...
You can use the standard differential equation solving function, NDSolve , to numerically solve delay differential equations with constant delays. It returns an interpolation ...
NDSolve uses norms of error estimates to determine when solutions satisfy error tolerances. In nearly all cases the norm has been weighted, or scaled, such that it is less ...
DependentVariables is an option which specifies the list of all objects that should be considered as dependent variables in equations that have been supplied.
The basic idea behind the "StiffnessSwitching" method is to provide an automatic means of switching between a nonstiff and a stiff solver. The "StiffnessTest" and ...
The method "DoubleStep" performs a single application of Richardson's extrapolation for any one-step integration method. Although it is not always optimal, it is a general ...
When a differential system has a certain structure, it is advantageous if a numerical integration method preserves the structure. In certain situations it is useful to solve ...