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Canonical boundary conditions.

  1. Mar 16, 2007 #1
    how do you prove/show that there really is a vector space defined by certain boundary conditions?

    unfortunatly this part of pde's was glossed over in my professor's lecture notes and I don't recall him talking about it in class.
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  3. Mar 16, 2007 #2
    haha actually I think I just realized how to do it, you have to show that any two functions that any combination of funcions that meet the conditions must be a function that also meets the condition, which will be met with any set of boundary conditions where the function =0 at that point.

    af(0) +bf'(0)=0+0=0

    is this correct?
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