## 10 Reputation

13 years, 324 days

## Thanks mr. pagan. ...

Thanks mr. pagan.

## Thanks mr. pagan. ...

Thanks mr. pagan.

## Seems to work sometimes......

That seems to work sometimes, but now I'm having the same problem again.

For example, see the long but relatively simple example shown here: forforum3.mw

## Seems to work sometimes......

That seems to work sometimes, but now I'm having the same problem again.

For example, see the long but relatively simple example shown here: forforum3.mw

## Thank you...

Thanks so much. Problem solved.

## Thank you...

Thanks so much. Problem solved.

## thanks, but error persists...

Thanks to your help I fixed Problem 2.

Problem 1 persists:

Basically every other time I run the program, it gets stuck in the inner 'WHILE' loop. It seems the solution for 'lambda' gives an empty matrix (every other time the program is run) and so ofcourse we end up an infinite loop.

Any ideas?

forforum2.mw

## thanks, but error persists...

Thanks to your help I fixed Problem 2.

Problem 1 persists:

Basically every other time I run the program, it gets stuck in the inner 'WHILE' loop. It seems the solution for 'lambda' gives an empty matrix (every other time the program is run) and so ofcourse we end up an infinite loop.

Any ideas?

forforum2.mw

## Second: Even if I declare Calt2 as "Cal...

Second:

Even if I declare Calt2 as "Calt2 := Vector(mx)", where mx:=2, I still don't get the subs if the "with(Packages)" are at the top.

## Second: Even if I declare Calt2 as "Cal...

Second:

Even if I declare Calt2 as "Calt2 := Vector(mx)", where mx:=2, I still don't get the subs if the "with(Packages)" are at the top.

## First: Why is it that j is always 0? I ...

First:

Why is it that j is always 0? I don't think that's always true. why does the loop sometimes work and sometimes not?

## First: Why is it that j is always 0? I ...

First:

Why is it that j is always 0? I don't think that's always true. why does the loop sometimes work and sometimes not?

## problem lies somewhere here......

It seems the problem is the line:

Including this line leads to u(r,theta,t) producing an integration error.

What is wrong with this?

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Bet(k,m):=(J(m,lambda(k,m)*a))/(J(m,lambda(k,m)*b))=(Y(m,lambda(k,m)*a))/(Y(m,lambda(k,m)*b))

## Meaning?...

What does this imply? How do I remedy the problem?

I left it running overnight and the program is indeed unsolvable.

I'm not sure exactly what you mean by "indefinite", but purpose here is to define a function for 'u' that is a function of 'r', 'theta', and 't'. In turn, 'u' is composed of a double summation spanning 'k' and 'm'. This seems straightforward -- what's the problem here?

Thank you!

## Meaning?...

What does this imply? How do I remedy the problem?

I left it running overnight and the program is indeed unsolvable.

I'm not sure exactly what you mean by "indefinite", but purpose here is to define a function for 'u' that is a function of 'r', 'theta', and 't'. In turn, 'u' is composed of a double summation spanning 'k' and 'm'. This seems straightforward -- what's the problem here?

Thank you!

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