boundary value problem


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boundary value problem

[′bau̇n·drē ‚val·yü ‚präb·ləm]
(mathematics)
A problem, such as the Dirichlet or Neumann problem, which involves finding the solution of a differential equation or system of differential equations which meets certain specified requirements, usually connected with physical conditions, for certain values of the independent variable.
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So, again reducing this boundary value problem into the following initial value problem:
u](x) =: v(x) where [mu] and v(x) form the solution to the adjoint boundary value problem
In solving the boundary value problem it is convenient to introduce the following spherical approximation
In this way, it reduces to a special case (m = 3, l = 1) of the following general Maxwell boundary value problem which we shall consider.
Mathematical formulation of the boundary value problem is done.
28] studied the existence of multiple solutions for the following three-point second-order boundary value problem on the unbounded domain [0, +[infinity]) in a Banach space E:
Burgumbayeva, Boundary value problems for tri-harmonic functions in the unit disc [Ph.
Ashurov, "On solvability of the Neumann boundary value problem for non-homogeneous biharmonic equation," British Journal of Mathematics & Computer Science, no.
This method was proved very valuable for solving boundary value problems by many other writers.