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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Two-Point Boundary Value Problems With Eigenvalue Parameter Contained in the Boundary Conditions, Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburg, 77A(1977), 293-308.
We discuss the results of two tests for the mixed boundary value problem (6.
If f(t) [member of] C[0, 1], then the boundary value problem
Now an auxiliary Carleman boundary value problem for F-analytic functions can be formulated and solved, because its solution is necessary for solving the Carleman boundary value problem for F-polyanalytic functions.
In our numerical experiments, we consider the inhomogeneous Dirichlet boundary value problem for the Laplace equation (2.
Integral equations, boundary value problems and related problems; dedicated to Professor Chien-Ke Lu on the occasion of his 90th birthday; proceedings.
Begehr, Du and Wang [20] solved the Dirichlet problem for polyharmonic functions by using the decomposition of polyharmonic functions and transforming the problem into an equivalent Riemann boundary value problem for polyanalytic functions.
Second, in Section 3 we formulate the matrix version of the boundary value problem and we investigate its properties.
Finally, (3) + (5) represent the Dirichlet's boundary value problem.