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boundary condition

[′bau̇n·drē kən′dish·ən]
(mathematics)
A requirement to be met by a solution to a set of differential equations on a specified set of values of the independent variables.
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The role of boundary conditions within physics is seen to be analogous to that of "context" within human perception.
Tang, A fast algorithm for deblurring models with Neumann boundary conditions, SIAM J.
The rack inlet boundary conditions were defined by a velocity normal to the front rack plate (i.
In the numerical modeling and simulation, a circular sector with an angle of 3[degrees] is chosen as its computational domain by introducing proper symmetric boundary conditions.
This function can be written for the 2nd boundary condition second case (specific case):
An Expansion Theorem for an Eigenvalue Problem with Eigenvalue Parameter in the Boundary Conditions, Quarterly Journal of Mathematics, Oxford, 30(1979), 33-42.
To solve the eigenvalue problem for the system of ordinary differential equations (17) with the boundary conditions (18), we will combine discrete orthogonalization with incremental search ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 1986).
for the quaver of the circle, where the boundary condition at two points 1, [pi]/12 and (1, [pi]/6) was imposed.
The two commonly used thermal boundary conditions at [epsilon] = 0 are that of either a constant temperature ([T.
Case 1 is an example of a step increase in airflow for the eight-row coil with other boundary conditions held constant and with a high inlet humidity so that the coil was fully wet.
Rejecting divine interventionism as theologically and scientifically inadequate, Barbour discusses the "bottom-up" approach of God as the determiner of quantum indeterminacies, the "top-down" approach of God as the determiner of the boundary conditions of systems that yet conform to bottom-up determination, and, not surprisingly, the God of Whitehead's process theology.

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