Pascal Matrices and Particular Solutions to Differential Equations

Abstract

In this paper any non-homogeneous differential equation with constant coefficients is reduced to a matrix equation ~q = ~cP . For the discussion, ~q represents a matrix of constant coefficients to the differential equation, ~c a matrix of arbitrary constants to the solution, and P is a lower triangular matrix with entries that are derivatives of the… (More)

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