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## Re: can i do ODE2 problems with lsode ?

 From: Przemek Klosowski Subject: Re: can i do ODE2 problems with lsode ? Date: Fri, 01 Dec 1995 12:39:58 -0500

```           Here is the function that i want to try and solve first, since i
think it is a "simple" example of what comes in the real stuff.

d^2 x                       dx
----- + lambda*( x^2 - 1 )* -- + x = 0
dt^2                        dt

my problem is that this is a 2nd order eq and lsode looks like it only
wants 1rst order eq's.

Now, i *thought* that any nOrder ode can be represented as an
Nsystem of 1rst order diffeq's.

It is fairly trivial, and I am sure it must be covered somewhere in these
texts: you simply introduce a pseudo-independent variable y = dx/dt
and reformulate your equations as

d  ( x )     (            y           )
--  (   )  =  (                        )
dt  ( y )     ( lambda * (x^2-1)*y + x )

(a 2-D non-linear first-order equation).

```

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