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Atvalue

Function: atvalue (<expr>, [<x_1> = <a_1>, ..., <x_m> = <a_m>], <c>)

atvalue(y(x),x=0,4);
l:laplace(y(x),x,s);
eq:

Function: atvalue (<expr>, <x_1> = <a_1>, <c>) Assigns the value <c> to <expr> at the point <x> = <a>. Typically boundary values are established by this mechanism.

<expr> is a function evaluation, <f>(<x_1>, ..., <x_m>), or a derivative, diff (<f>(<x_1>, ..., <x_m>), <x_1>, <n_1>, ..., <x_n>, <n_m>) in which the function arguments explicitly appear. <n_i> is the order of differentiation with respect to <x_i>.

The point at which the atvalue is established is given by the list of equations [<x_1> = <a_1>, ..., <x_m> = <a_m>]. If there is a single variable <x_1>, the sole equation may be given without enclosing it in a list.

printprops ([<f_1>, <f_2>, ...], atvalue) displays the atvalues of the functions <f_1>, <f_2>, ... as specified by calls to atvalue. printprops (<f>, atvalue) displays the atvalues of one function <f>. printprops (all, atvalue) displays the atvalues of all functions for which atvalues are defined.

The symbols @1, @2, ... represent the variables <x_1>, <x_2>, ... when atvalues are displayed.

atvalue evaluates its arguments. atvalue returns <c>, the atvalue.

Examples:

          (%i1) atvalue (f(x,y), [x = 0, y = 1], a^2);
                                          2
          (%o1)                          a
          (%i2) atvalue (diff (f(x,y), x), x = 0, 1 + y);
          (%o2)                        @2 + 1
          (%i3) printprops (all, atvalue);
                                          !
                            d             !
                           --- (f(@1, @2))!       = @2 + 1
                           d@1            !
                                          !@1 = 0

2 f(0, 1) = a

          (%o3)                         done
          (%i4) diff (4*f(x,y)^2 - u(x,y)^2, x);
                            d                          d
          (%o4)  8 f(x, y) (-- (f(x, y))) - 2 u(x, y) (-- (u(x, y)))
                            dx                         dx
          (%i5) at (%, [x = 0, y = 1]);
                                                   !
                        2              d           !
          (%o5)     16 a  - 2 u(0, 1) (-- (u(x, y))!            )
                                       dx          !
                                                   !x = 0, y = 1

(%o1)                                true
(%i2) 

Atvalue Example

Related Examples

atvalue-diff-solve

eq: 'diff(y(x),x)=1/(...

atvalue(y(x),x=2,0);

sol:solve(eq,t);

Calculate

atvalue-diff-log-ode2-plot3d
plot3d(

log(k1):=7.176-(3.85/...

log(k2):=9.942-(4.05/...

OH=10^(pH-14);

Calculate

atvalue-diff-factor-ilt-lambda-laplace-map-partfrac-solve

unitstep(x):= if x<...

ode: 'diff(y(t), t, 2...

atvalue(y(t), t=0, 0);

Calculate

atvalue-diff-laplace-solve

eq1:'diff(y(t),t)-2*y...

atvalue(y(t),t=0,0);

lap1: laplace(eq1,t,s);

Calculate

atvalue-desolve-diff

eqn : 'diff(y(t),t) =...

atvalue ('y(t), t=0, 1);

gsoln : desolve(eqn,y...

Calculate

atvalue-depends-diff-integrate-log-plot3d
plot3d(

log(k1)=7.176-(3.85/T...

log(k2)=9.942-(4.05/T...

OH=10^(pH-14);

Calculate

atvalue-diff

'diff(t(r),r,2)+diff(...

atvalue(r(r),r=0.5,50);

atvalue(r(r),r=1,100);

Calculate

atvalue-diff-eval-ilt-laplace-solve

l:laplace(y(x),x,s);

eq:'diff(y(x),x)-6*y(...

lt:laplace(eq,x,s);

Calculate

atvalue-diff-log-ode2-plot3d
plot3d(

log(k1)=7.176-(3.85/T...

log(k2)=9.942-(4.05/T...

OH=10^(pH-14);

Calculate