attempts to reduce expr to a single DifferentialRoot object as a function of x.
takes the initial conditions to be specified at x=x0.
Details and Options
- DifferentialRootReduce will attempt to represent any expression as a DifferentialRoot object.
- DifferentialRootReduce[expr,x] always gives exactly 0 when the DifferentialRoot object for expr is equivalent to the zero function.
- DifferentialRootReduce automatically threads over lists, as well as equations and inequalities.
- DifferentialRootReduce[f] operates on a pure function or pure DifferentialRoot object.
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Basic Examples (1)
Reduce the Bessel function to a DifferentialRoot:
DifferentialRootReduce threads automatically over lists: