Mariusz Iwaniuk

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Hello

The problem is translate Mathematica code to Maple to find  numerical solution using int(numeric).

I have a more complicated example and here I gives a very simplified version.

I use  successive approximations to solve integral-equation with symbolic int it's easy to do,but with numeric int  I'm failed

MMA code:

func[x_, 0] := x
ifunc[0][x_] := x
func[x_?NumericQ, n_Integer] := x + NIntegrate[(x - y)*ifunc[n - 1][y], {y, 0, x}]
ifunc[j_Integer] := ifunc[j] = Interpolation[Table[{x, func[x, j]}, {x, -3, 3, 0.2}]]

Plot[{Sinh[x], ifunc[n][x] /. n -> 4}, {x, -3, 3}]


My first attempt to translate:

ifunc := proc (n, x) options operator, arrow; x end proc;

ifunc(0, x) := x;

func(x, 0) := x;

func := proc (x, n) x+int((x-t)*ifunc(n-1, t), t = 0 .. x, numeric) end proc;

T := proc (j) option remember;

Interpolation:-Interpolate([seq(x, x = -2 .. 2, .1)], [seq(func(x, j), x = -2 .. 2, .1)], method = cubic)

end proc;

plot([sinh(x), (T(4))(x)], x = -2 .. 2);

See attached file for more info.

Thanks.

test_numeric_volterra.mw

EDITED :----------------------------------------------------------

Third attempt:

func(x, 0) := x;

(ifunc(0))(x) := x:

func := proc (x, n) option remember; x+int((x-t)*(ifunc(n-1))(t), t = 0 .. x, numeric) end proc;

ifunc := proc (j) local f; option remember;

ifunc(0) := proc (t) options operator, arrow; t end proc;

f := proc (t) options operator, arrow;

CurveFitting:-Spline([seq(x, x = -3 .. 3, .1)], [seq(func(x, j), x = -3 .. 3, .1)], x, degree = 1) end proc end proc;

n := 4; plot([sinh(x), (ifunc(n))(x)], x = -3 .. 3)# for n=4 diverge !!!

Hello

I want to compute integral with Maple,but returns unevaluated for me.

int((-5*ln(x)^4*Pi^4-20*ln(x)^2*Pi^4-8*Pi^4+120*MeijerG([[0, 0], [1, 1, 1]], [[0, 0, 0, 0, 0], []], x^Pi))/(120*Pi^4*(-1+x)^2), x = 4/10 .. 6/10, numeric);

# ???

Thanks.

Hello

I'd like Maple to return ln(abs(x)) for int(1/x,x) instead of ln(x).

I tried convert MMA code,but I failed.

realIntegrate[f_, x_Symbol] := 
 Simplify[Integrate[f, x] /. Log[expr_] :> Log[Abs[expr]], 
  x \[Element] Reals]; Unprotect[Integrate]; 
Integrate[f_, x_Symbol] /; ! TrueQ[$flag] := 
 Block[{$flag = True}, realIntegrate[f, x]]; Protect[Integrate];

My maple code works only for very simple cases.

REALINT := proc (f, x)

if typematch(int(f, x), ln(y::anything), 's') then

`assuming`([simplify(ln(abs(rhs(s[1]))))], [x in real])

else int(f, x)

end if

end proc;

REALINT(1/x, x);

#ln(abs(x))

REALINT(1/(x+1), x);

#ln(abs(x+1))

REALINT(1/x+1, x);

#x+ln(x) dosen't work.

 

Thanks.

Hello,

I'm trying to solve  inverse trigonometric equation:

EQ := sqrt(3)*arctan(x/sqrt(3))-arctan(x) = 1;

sol := solve(EQ, {x});

#sol := {x = sqrt(3)*tan(RootOf(-tan(sqrt(3)*_Z-1)*sqrt(3)+3*tan(_Z)))}

evalf(sol);

#{x = 13.24164497} OK. one Real solution.

sol2 := evalf(allvalues(sol));

#sol2 := {x = -.1141310781-1.108044977*I}, {x = -.1141310781+1.108044977*I}, # {x = 1.142681884}, {x #= -2.379974990}, {x = 13.24164497}

Check:

seq(evalf(eval(EQ, sol2[k])), k = 1 .. nops([sol2]));

#.99999999991340592650+1.61960960*10^(-11)*I = 1., .99999999991340592650-#1.61960960*10^(-11)*I = 1., .15821278548775934290 = 1., -.4580182246463005988 = 1., #.9999999996233630663 = 1.

1.Can someone explain to me where did Maple find these Additional roots like: {x = 1.142681884}, {x = -2.379974990}?

2.It's a Bug or normal behavior ?

 

I want to calculate and reproduce this question  in Maple.

with(Optimization):

f := (x, y) -> op(1, NLPSolve(sin(a*x*y), a = 1 .. 5));

int(`if`(f(x, y) > 0, 1, 0), [x = 0 .. 1, y = 0 .. 1], numeric);

# 0 

,but I FAIL.

It should give me: 0.922105

 

Thanks.

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