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Old 11-11-2012, 04:52 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by dkv23 View Post
By funky i mean the values alternate between a positive and negative values, I am aware of the clear and clc part. The number of intervals could be as small as five and as large as 10k all it does is generate a better approximation. The issue with the alternating values is that the graphs that result when plotted either converge on a value or form a hyperbola, they should however form a some thing similiar to an expential decay. I am attaching a link to a similiar problem that only incorporates the second boundry condition. the example is halfway down in the link.
http://profjrwhite.com/matlab_course...x/fd_intro.pdf
-Duncan
Alright, I think I see what your talking about, I just ran a data set and exported the x and y vectors into excel and plotted them and got the following...



and for further help, writing any kind of code always requires the proper material to assist in programming...

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