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FrankST

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I have a system of coupled ODE like:

a1 * Y1" + a2 * Y2" + b1 * Y1 + b2 * Y2 = 0

a2 * Y1" + a3 * Y2" + b2 * Y1 + b3 * Y2 = 0

I know for example by eigenvalue method I can solve it, but here is the issue: Y1 = f1 (x - a) and Y2 = f2 ( x - b). In the other word there is a shift between the coordinates that Y1 and Y2 are evaluated in. Now, I am wondering if you have any idea how I can solve this system of ODE.

Thanks a lot,