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How can I find the matrix representation for Green's function.
If somebody have any reference please write it to me.
If somebody have any reference please write it to me.
Nourah said:How can I find the matrix representation for Green's function.
You should probably be asking yourself that.Nourah said:Why you are angrey, and it just for take attantion.
That's what he did.Nourah said:and if my question is not clear, and I had somebody wanted to answer my quaestion , I think they will asked for that.
He's not the one shouting at us in big red and purple letters. If I had answered your post before strangerep did, I would have said exactly the same thing he did. He was giving you some good advice. The big letters make it look like you're shouting. When a question isn't answered quickly, it's often because the guy who asked it (in this case you) hasn't made it easy enough for someone else to answer it. I can't guarantee that you will get a good answer if you provide more information, but it would certainly increase your chances.Nourah said:Relay you are very polit, I think you are really stranger
Green's Function is a mathematical concept used in solving differential equations. It represents the response of a system to a point source or impulse input. In other words, it shows how a system will behave when a sudden disturbance is applied at a specific point.
Green's Function is important because it provides a way to solve complex differential equations by breaking them down into simpler, more manageable parts. It is also used in many fields of science and engineering, including physics, mathematics, and electrical engineering.
To find the matrix representation of Green's Function, you first need to set up the differential equation in matrix form. Then, you can solve for the inverse of the matrix to obtain the Green's Function matrix. Finally, you can use this matrix to solve for the unknown variables in the system.
Some common references for finding the matrix representation of Green's Function include textbooks on differential equations, mathematical physics, and engineering mathematics. Online resources such as academic journals and research papers can also provide valuable information on this topic.
Yes, the matrix representation of Green's Function can be used for any type of linear system. However, it is important to note that the system must be homogeneous and have constant coefficients for this method to work effectively.