## [Numerical] System of first order ordinary diff equations with given asymptotic

I have system of first order ordinary diff equations, indipendent variable is x cordinate. I know asymptotic solution in left and right region (i.e. when x->-infinity or x->infinity, e.g. when abs(x)>1000), it's const plus exponentially falling function. I want to find numerical solution in middle region, witch will have given asymptotic in left and right region.

If I give initial value at left (i.e. at x=-1000) numerical solution blow up at right (I also have exponentially growing functions on right).

How to do this?

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 Blog Entries: 3 Okay, bellow is my attempt: Let: $$y(x)=c(1-w(x)exp(-kx))$$ Then $$w(x)=(1-y/c)exp(kt)$$ $$\dot{w}=-\frac{\dot{y}}{c}exp(-kx)+k \ (1-y/c)exp(-kx)$$ Now time to make some substitutions $$\dot{w}=-\frac{f(y)}{c}exp(kt)+k \ (1-\left(c(1-w \ exp(-kx)) \right)/c)exp(kt)$$ $$=-\frac{f(y)}{c}exp(kx)-w \ \left(1-\frac{k}{c}\right)exp(kx)+k \ w \$$ where $$y$$ is given above as: $$y=c (1- w \ exp(-kx))$$ and $$f(y)$$ is the original differential equation. edit: The above only seems useful if $$\frac{1}{x}$$ is much bigger then $$k$$.
 For that x, I have asymptotic solution. I want to find numerical solution in the middle, but don't know how. (I don't have 1 ODE, I have system of ODE)

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