Numerical Methods for Ordinary Differential Equations

@inproceedings{Lambert1991NumericalMF,
  title={Numerical Methods for Ordinary Differential Equations},
  author={J. D. Lambert},
  year={1991}
}
and in each case one should label the axes and curves via xlabel, ylabel and legend. One may now experiment with different time spans, initial conditions, and parameters (just a for now). As a second example we encode the molecular switch in equation 29 on page 290 via function dx = switch29(t, x) dx(1, 1) = x(1) − x(1)2− 2 ∗ x(1) ∗ x(2); dx(2, 1) = x(2) − x(2)2− 2 ∗ x(1) ∗ x(2); To better appreciate what ode23 is up to we now embark on our own approximation scheme. It is really just a step… 
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