I have a set of differential equations with the basic form:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

dy_n/dt = t*(a_(n-1)*y_(n-1)+b(n+1)*y_(n+1)-2c_n*y_n)

So the time depence is a simple factor in front of the coefficient matrix. Does this set of differential equations have closed form solutions?

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# Laplace transform for set of differential equations

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