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accepted 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
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comment 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
I posted an answer and the only problem is about NSolve. Please let me know if you have any idea to deal with this problem.
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answered 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
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revised 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
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Jul
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comment 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
@RahulNarain yes he was right. I just edited.
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revised 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
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Jul
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comment 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
@Algohi I mean it can be identified as $\lambda_0=f(x,y_0,y_1,k)$ and similarly for $f_1$ from $f_0=0$ and $f_1=0$.
Jul
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comment 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
@Algohi didnt work (( I think I need to mention also that $f_0=0$ and $f_1=0$.
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revised 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
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comment 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
@Algohi that should be a 3D function. Let me explain. We can write it as $x=f(y_0,y_1)$ and for each $(y_0,y_1)$ we have a value of $x$. I am only interested in the values of $x$ which are in $[0,1]$. OK I think I forgot to mention that I have $f_0=0$, $f_1=0$, $f_2=0$! I must edit. Sorry for that.
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asked 3D Plot from 3 Polynomial Equations
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revised Calculating the recursion at the Fourier domain
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comment Calculating the recursion at the Fourier domain
@m_goldberg okay i got the point. Thank you very much.
Jun
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comment Calculating the recursion at the Fourier domain
@m_goldberg no i dont have any good reason. I used to use $:=$ do you think it is better to replace all $:=$ with $=$?
Jun
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comment Calculating the recursion at the Fourier domain
@bills thanks for the comment. I forgot anyhow ff1 and gg1. I've just edited and included them. FourierTransform is not okay because taking the integral of error function is not an analytic function therefore FourierTransform fails.. thats the reason why I used NFourierTransform. As long as I know Fourier was for discrete data, that is the reason why I chose NFourierTransform:
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revised Calculating the recursion at the Fourier domain
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Jun
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comment Calculating the recursion at the Fourier domain
@bill once again the problem is not taking the fourier transform. The problem is that the true results that i get via convolution do not coincide with the results that I get via the recursion at the Fourier domain and I dont know the reason...
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revised Calculating the recursion at the Fourier domain
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