Green's Function Method for Ordinary Differential Equations
Keywords:Generalized function, Dirac -function, Heaviside unit step function, Wronskian, differentiation under the integral sign
The analytical solution of non homogeneous boundary value problem in the form: Lyx=fx axb
are obtained by using Green's function method. A worked problem is considered for illustration.
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