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I am a theoretical physicist working in condensed matter and quantum information.


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comment Monitoring the Evaluation of NDSolve: time to finish estimation
Ok edited! Thanks
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comment NDSolve for a large system of simple ODEs
Thank you Ruebenko this helped a lot!
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comment NDSolve for a large system of simple ODEs
My bad ruebenko: I didn't define the Epsilon function. Now it is fixed. PS: you might want to do Ns=10 to run faster the first time you try it.
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comment NDSolve for a large system of simple ODEs
Did it !!!!! :)
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comment NDSolve for a large system of simple ODEs
Thank you, ok I will do it!! I just didn't want to past a too long code. The actual definition of a,b,c,d,e,f is a little long.... I'll notify you later when I do. Thanks!
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comment NDSolve for a large system of simple ODEs
they are actually taken from a fermi-dirac distribution at a given temperature. However for the sake of the example let's fix them at zero. And the functions a,b,c,d,e which are physically scattering/absorption/excitation of phonons rates, can be taken as constant or simple sinusoidal functions of k^2+q^2 for what matters....
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