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I want to do a 1D integral of some 2D data
Suppose I have a function which is defined as some numerical data which is equally spaced and I wish to compute: How would I...

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Speeding up pdepe calculation
I have a pdepe bit of code I want to speed up if I can. I have a (typically) 400x800 array as a source term, the code I'm curren...

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Importing a two variable function into pdepe
Hi I want to solve a diffustion pde I understand how to do this if Q is a single variable function using interp1, but I do...

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Empirical source terms with PDEPE
Suppose I'm solving an equation: ...

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How do I include a user specified hessian function for fmincon?
I am working on an optimisation code and I have a Hessian function I wish fmincon to use. I'm currently having trouble trying to...

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Is it possible to store the intermediate values of fmincon?
So I had to do a lot of searching and turns out that this is possible without downloading code. The key was to use 'OutputFcn' i...

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Is it possible to store the intermediate values of fmincon?
If I'm runnning fmincon, and I want to see the values of the parameters at each iteration, is there a way to do this? The docum...

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Defining a stopping criterion for fmincon
I am looking at an optimisation problem with the following objective function: ...

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Objective function doesn't converge but jumps around
I have been trying to complete an optimisation problem. I am looking at radial heat diffusion on a cylinder. I want to tackle it...

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Crank Nicholson method for cylindrical co-ordinates
I am trying to solve the heat equation in cylindrical co-ordinates using the Crank-Nicholson method, the basic equation along wi...

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Converting anonymous function to a matrix
I have a function of the form: , which I want to evaluate. I could do this old school with a double loop but that would take t...

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Diagonal matrices with spdiags
I'm working on a numerical solution to an equation and as part of this I have to solve a matrix solution. The system of equation...

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Is there a way of removing these for loops to speed up my code?
I have the analytical solution to the following PDE: with boundary condition and and initial condition in the form of a Gr...

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I have: Error using bsxfun Non-singleton dimensions of the two input arrays must match each other.
So I have some code which I want to get working and I don't understand the error which is being given to me which is: Error usin...

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Interp1 returns NaN for a value
I have some data (x,f(x)) where 0<=x<=1 and I have N points. I wish to obtain f for an inteverval [a,b] which is well within the...

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Tracking the size of a variable
Hi, I have a vector of length 200. When I run my program it somehow halfs in length, and I have no idea why. Is there a way of ...

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Not enough input arguments when doing global optinisation
I've seen what I need to do. The set up of the function is different to lsqcurvefit: I had to define the function as: fun = ...

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Not enough input arguments when doing global optinisation
I am trying to use the global optimisation toolbox to find some parameters which will make a computed curve overlay some experim...

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lsqcurvefit doesn't curve fit
I have a model which I want to paramtrise using lsqcurvefit. I have 10 parameters that I must find and I have 10 pieces of data ...

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Error using lsqcurvefit (line 262) Function value and YDATA sizes are not equal.
I am using the following code: %Import data as time and voltage: load VoltageData.mat; load('OCP_Cathode.mat'); %Load the O...

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Finding the multiple zeros within a prescribed interval
I wish to solve the nonlinar function: =0 within a prescribed interval, say (0,100] say, I'm aware of usi...

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Optimisation of parameters in a PDE
Hi, Suppose I am dealing with the heat equation: ∂T/∂t=α∂^2T/∂x^2 and I have some data which I want to fit it to and determ...

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Solution diverges for 1D heat equation using Crank-Nicholson
I am trying to solve the 1D heat equation using the Crank-Nicholson method. I have managed to code up the method but my solution...

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System of PDEs which is tricky for PDEPE
I have some values which allow the code to run BUT I have oscillations in the diffusion which I should not get. I am assuming th...

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Variable density in heat diffusion equation
So I used the following code: function [CC, FF, SS]=battery_GE(x,t,u,DuDx) global rho; global c_th; global a_1;globa...

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Variable density in heat diffusion equation
So I do the interp1 trick you demonstrated before?

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Variable density in heat diffusion equation
Suppose I have a heat diffusion equation: rho(x)*c(x)*dT/dt=d/dx(k(x)*dT/dx) Where rho(x) is the density, c(x) is the heat...

3 years ago | 2 answers | 0

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Problems with pdepe and input variables
I have played around with my code and have the following code for pdepe which looks as if it should work: function battery_...

3 years ago | 0 answers | 0

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System of PDEs which is tricky for PDEPE
So I managed a work around to get pdepe to work with my system and the code I'm using is: %This is the simplistic model of ...

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System of PDEs which is tricky for PDEPE
I have a system of PDEs, mainly diffusion equations of the form: T_t-(k(x)(T_x)_x=a*E^2 c_t-(D(x)*c_x)_x=d*(E_x+c_x-T_x) ...

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