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My question seems to be simple. I would like to numerically solve the following first order ODE to obtain v(x):

v'(x) = b.[v(x) - f(x)] , given boundary condition v(+infinity) = 0 [b is a known constant]

The problem is that f(x) is not known explicitly (f(x) is sampled at a dense x grid).

Can you please help me? any hints will be appreciated...

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# 1st order ODE with sampled function

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