What is Nonhomogeneous: Definition and 80 Discussions
Non-homogeneous Gaussian regression (NGR) is a type of statistical regression analysis used in the atmospheric sciences as a way to convert ensemble forecasts into probabilistic forecasts. Relative to simple linear regression, NGR uses the ensemble spread as an additional predictor, which is used to improve the prediction of uncertainty and allows the predicted uncertainty to vary from case to case. The prediction of uncertainty in NGR is derived from both past forecast errors statistics and the ensemble spread. NGR was originally developed for site-specific medium range temperature forecasting, but has since also been applied to site-specific medium-range wind forecasting and to seasonal forecasts, and has been adapted for precipitation forecasting.
The introduction of NGR was the first demonstration that probabilistic forecasts that take account of the varying ensemble spread could achieve better skill scores than forecasts based on standard Model output statistics approaches applied to the ensemble mean.
A general equation for linear first order non-homogeneous ODE is: ## y' + a(x)y = b(x) ##.
The procedure to solve ( assuming ## a(x) , b(x) ## are continuous so that the fundamental theorem of calculus could be used ) it is to multiply it by ## e^{A(x)} ## ( here ## A'(x) = a(x) ## ) s.t. ##...
Hi; I am missing something. I can follow the technicality of a homogenous linear equation has all coefficients of zero and the "contra" for non homogenous equations. I just can't figure out the relevance of the consequences of outcome. If I am not being clear maybe I can be guided as to how...
Hi,
I was trying to do the following problem.
My attempt.
Finding the reduced row echelon form for the system above.
I do not see any way to proceed any further. The following is the solution presented in solution manual. How do I proceed to get the following answer?
This is from Evans page 50. I'm sure it's something simple, but I don't follow the change from $$ \frac{\partial}{\partial t} \quad \text{to} \quad -\frac{\partial}{\partial s}$$
and from $$ \Delta_x \quad \text{to} \quad \Delta_y$$.
\begin{gather*}
\begin{split}
u_t(x,t) - \Delta u(x,t) & =...
Homework Statement
Finding the general solution:
y”+4y’+4y=t*e^(-2t)
Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
So I got the complementary solution pretty easily as y= c1*e^(-2t)+c2*te^(-2t)
I haven’t been able to find a particular solution using the method of undetermined coefficients. I...
Homework Statement
Homework Equations
2nd order nonhomogeneous equation
The Attempt at a Solution
(answers typed in in the pic)
for part c, if I can't put Ate^(2t) & Be^(2t), how is the form of particular equation like?
I have used Y=(At+B)e^(2t)+(Ct+D), because of the largest power of the...
Hi. I was wondering if it is possible to apply separation of variables for a function of space and time obeying a non homogeneous differential equation. In particular, the heat equation:
##\displaystyle \frac{\partial \Phi(\mathbf{r},t)}{\partial t}-\nabla \cdot \left [ \kappa(\mathbf{r})...
Mod note: Moved from a Homework section
can i use the Laplace transform to solve a nonhomogeneous equation if
i have these Initial condition s(x) and s(-x)
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Solve
$$\ddot {\vec a}=A\vec a+B\dot{ \vec a}+\vec F$$
if A and B are known matrices and F is a constant vector.
Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
My plan was to define ##\vec b=\dot{\vec a}## to move from second order to first order system ##\dot{\vec b}=A\vec...
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imgur link: http://i.imgur.com/Bv3qtPm.png
Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
From the FBD it is apparent that there is a constraint
-k_1x_1 + k_2(x_2-x_1) + 5\cos{10t} = 0
If you combine this with
{x}''_1 = -(k_1+k_2)x_1 + k_2x_2 + 5\cos{10t}
and
m{x}''_2...
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A very long cylinder has temperature T1 impressed on half of its peripheral surface and
temperature T2 impressed on the other half. Find T(r, θ).Homework Equations
governing eq 1/r ∂/∂r(r∂/∂r)+∂2T/∂z2
The Attempt at a Solution
I am right at r=0 ;T=T1 at r=r' T=T2
to make BC...
Homework Statement
I started learning about solving non homogeneous linear differential equations in class and I am a bit clueless on how to solve them since I've never had a prior experience with much of differential equation.
I am trying to find the particular solutions to the equation...
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I noticed that the solution of a homogeneous linear second order DE can be interpreted as the kernel of a linear transformation.
It can also be easily shown that the general solution, Ygeneral, of a nonhomogenous DE is given by:
Ygeneral = Yhomogeneous + Yparticular
My question: Is it...
This might belong in the HW section, but since it's specific to Linear Algebra I posted it here.
Alright, so we have a homogeneous system of 8 equations in 10 variables (an 8 x 10 matrix, let's call it A). We have found two solutions that are not multiples of each other (lets call them a and...
Hello guys . I want to do nonhomogeneous 2nd order dif equation..I am trying to do this for 2 days , but I can't get good answer. Can you show me how to do this equation with constant variation method ( i know it best) or other I would be very gratefull , because after 2 days of trying I am...
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Solve the recurrence relation an = 3an−1 −2an−2 +3, a0 = a1 = 1.Homework Equations
an = general solution + particular solutionThe Attempt at a Solution
I started with finding the general solution, which was easy. it ended up being A12n + A0
now I am having trouble solving...
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y''+3y'+3.25=3cost-1.5sintHomework Equations
yh = e(a/2)t(Acost+Bsint)
yp = Kcos(ωt)+Msin(ωt) [when r(x)=kcos(ωt) or ksin(ωt)]The Attempt at a Solution
I got the homogeneous solution, which is e-1.5t(Acost+Bsint)
but I am having trouble with the particular solution.
I...
I know nothing about DEs, so this may be a silly question.
I'm given some time varying (x_t)_t and a constant r, and I want to solve the equation u_t = rx_t + \dot u_t for u.
What I know so far is that (solving the homogeneous equation) if \bar u is some particular solution, then any u is...
Hi, everyone! This is my first post here, I need an hand with this equation!
Homework Statement
Solve the initial value problem:
\begin{equation}
\begin{cases}
u''(x)+4u(x)=\cos(2x)
\\u(0)=u'(0)=1
\end{cases}
\end{equation}
The Attempt at a Solution
I started by solving the...
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Verify that the vector functions x_{1}=\begin{bmatrix}e^{t}\\ e^{t}\end{bmatrix} and x_{2}=\begin{bmatrix}e^{-t}\\ 3e^{-t}\end{bmatrix} are solutions to the homogeneous system
x'=Ax=\begin{bmatrix}2 & -1 \\ 3 & -2 \end{bmatrix} on (-\infty ,\infty )
and that
x_{p}...
So there's this problem in my text that's pretty challenging. I can't seem to work out the answer that is given in the back of the book, and then I found a solution manual online that contains yet another solution.
The problem is a the heat equation as follows:
PDE: u_{t} = α^2u_{xx}
BCs...
Hi all,
How do u go about doing this question?
x - 2y +z =4
y- z =3
(a^2 - a - 2)z = a+1
Determine values of a for which the system has no solution, one solution and many solutions
Stephen
Homework Statement
Find the general solution
Homework Equations
x(t+2)-3x(t+1)+2x(t)=3*5^t+sin(0.5πt)
The Attempt at a Solution
I start out by solving the homogeneous equation and end up with the two roots 1 and 2.
Then I try to use the method of undetermined coefficients to find a...
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Prove that the closed interval [0,1] is not a homogeneous topology by showing that there's no bijective, open and continuous (bi-continuous) mapping h: [0,1]→[0,1] such that h(1/2)=0.Homework Equations
The closed interval is equipped with the usually metric. If the mapping...
Hi. I have to solve: y''+xy'-2y=e^x
Using series. So, this is what I did:
y(x)=\sum_0^{\infty}a_n x^n
y'(x)=\sum_1^{\infty}n a_n x^{n-1}
y''(x)=\sum_2^{\infty}n(n-1) a_n x^{n-1}
And e^x=\sum_0^{\infty}\frac{x^n}{n!}
Then, using that m=n-2 for y'' and then replacing in the diff. eq...
Homework Statement
Find a particular solution of the given equation.
y^''' + 4y^' = 3x-1
Homework Equations
r^3 + 4r = 0
r = 0, r = 2i, r = -2i
The Attempt at a Solution
y(x) = Ax-B
y^'(x) = A
y^''(x) = 0
y^'''(x) = 0
The answer is:
y(x)=(3/8)x^2 - (1/4)x
But I'm not...
Homework Statement
solve for y(x).
y"'-6y"+11y'-6=e^{4x}
Homework Equations
Wronskian determinant. Method of variations.
The Attempt at a SolutionSupposing that [u', v', w'] are the solutions, wronskian det=W is 10e^{6x}
By use of x_k=\frac{det(M_{k})}{det(x)}, I got...
Homework Statement
Solve the following ODE:
du/dx=u^2+1
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
I have tried making the substitution:
u^2=v
but this doesn't help.
Any hints will be very much appreciated
Homework Statement
Use the method of undetermined coefficients to find one solution of
http://img85.imageshack.us/img85/6844/4ab921ad6ba6851cc91401c.png
Note that the method finds a specific solution, not the general one.
Homework Equations
Y = Yc + Yp
Yc = C1e^(r1t)+C2e^(rt) when...
Hello,
I am having a little trouble solving this equation:
\frac{d^2y}{dx^2} + \frac{A}{y}(\frac{dy}{dx})^2 + \frac{B}{(y+C)^2} = D - Ex
where A, B, C, D, and E are constants and, sadly, not related.
So far, I've found this
http://eqworld.ipmnet.ru/en/solutions/ode/ode0344.pdf...
Hi all,
I understand the basic concept of undetermined coefficients, but am a little lost when g(t) in the equation yll+p(t)yl+q(t)y=g(t) is a product of two functions. The specific problem I'm working on is as follows:
yll-2yl-3y=-3te-t
When I solve for the homogeneous set of solutions I...
(i d0nt kn0w how to use LaTeX)
1)D^2(D-1)y=3e^x+sinx
for yc:
let y=e^mx
D^2(D-1)e^mx=0
m^2(m-1)e^mx=0
f(m)=0
m^2(m-1)=0
m=0,0,1
yc= C1+C2x+C3e^x
for yp:
R(x)=3e^x+sinx
m'=1,+/- 1i
yp=Axe^x+Bcosx+Csinx
yp'=A(xe^x+e^x)-Bsinx+Ccosx
yp"=A(xe^x+2e^x)-Bcosx-Csinx
D^2(D-1)yp=3e^x+sinx
Guys can...
Assuming knowledge of homogeneous ODEs and nonhomogeneous ODEs that can be made homogeneous (eg, y'-y=x), how does one solve those that cannot be made homogeneous (eg, y'-y=cosx, y''-xy'+y=0, cos(y'')+sin(y')=0)?
EDIT: Maybe "made homogeneous" is the wrong way to put it... By being able to be...
Homework Statement
x^3y'+xy=x, y(1)=2
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
I'm having trouble starting this because it doesn't fit any form I'm familiar with because of the x^3 in front of the y'. Can someone give me some pointers to get started..
Homework Statement
Consider
\frac{\partial u}{\partial t} = k\frac{\partial^2u}{\partial x^2} subject to
u(0,t) = A(t),\ u(L,t) = 0,\ u(x,0) = g(x). Assume that u(x,t) has a Fourier sine series. Determine a differential equation for the Fourier coefficients (assume appropriate continuity)...
The Equation:
x^2 (d^2y/dx^2) + 3x (dy/dx) - 3y = x
The boundary conditions:
y(x=1) = 0
y(x=2) = 1
It's been awhile since I took diffeq, but my research has led me to believe that this is not a Cauchy-Euler Equation since it is not equal to 0, it cannot be separated for separation...
Hey guys. It's been a few years since I've taken diff-eq and I can't remember how to solve second-order problems like this one:
Find the general solution of
u'' + a^2*u = cos(bx)
I know that if it were homogeneous, I would solve for r^2 + a^2 = 0, and get u = ce^(rx). But for the life of...
1. For each of the following equations, state the order and whether it is nonlinear, linear inhomogeneous, or linear homogeneous; provide reasons.
(a) ut-uxx+1=0
(b) ut-uxx+xu=0
(c) ut-uxxt+uux=0
(d) utt-uxx+x2=0
(e) iut-uxx+u/x=0
(f) ux(1+u2x)-1/2+uy(1+u2y)-1/2=0
(g) ux+eyuy=0
(h)...
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i'm supposed to find the general solution of the equation: y'' + 3y' + 2y = e^x + e^-x
Homework Equations
I have no problem with solving this equation however, i am confused with the step they are taking in the solutions (circled)...
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4y'' + y = cosx
Solve using variation of parameters
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
from a) -> yc(x) = c1cos(x/2) + c2sin(x/2)
let y1 = cos(x/2) , y2 = sin(x/2)
y1y2' - y2y1' = 1/2cosx/2 + 1/2sinx/2 = 1/2
u1' = ?
How do I find this?
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y''+7y'=392sin(7t)+686cos(7t) with y(0)=4 and y'(0)=9
Homework Equations
No real relevant equations
The Attempt at a Solution
I assumed since the g(t) has function of both sine and cosine the solution would be both the real and non real parts of the solution to...
Homework Statement
Let Ly = y'' + py' + qy. Suppose y1 and y2 are functions such that Ly1 = f(x) and Ly2 = g(x). Show that the sum y = y1 + y2 satisfies the nonhomogeneous equation Ly = f(x) + g(x).
Homework Equations
Superposition Principle: L[c1y1 + c2y2] = c1L[y1] + c2L[y2]
The...
I could not get LaTex to format properly, so I typed out the question and my work using Microsoft Word's equation editor. Please see the attached document, apologies for any inconvenience! These problems involve the techniques for the method of undetermined coefficients and variation of parameters.
Hello forum,
I am trying to solve a differential equation for the last four hours and I can't figure out how...
here it is
\frac{d^2x(t)}{dt^2} + \frac{dx(t)}{dt} + c x(t) = d e^{-a t^2}
actually my problem is how to handle the Gaussian term...
if anyone can help please...
Hi guy,
I have this ODE that I'm having problems with
y"+4y'+4y= e^(-2x)logx
Now, Using method of UC to get rid of the RHS I've tried using Ae^(-2x) x^2 logx
However, I'm not quite sure whether that is correct or not as I have never had a question containing logs before
Homework Statement
Let u(x,t) be the solution of the following initial value problem for the nonhomogeneous wave equation,
u_{x_1x_1}+u_{x_2x_2}+u_{x_3x_3}-u_{tt}=f(x_1,x_2,x_3,t)
u(x,0)=0 and u_t(x,0)=0
x\in\Re^3 , t>0
Use Duhamel's Principle and Kirchoff's formula to show that...