Integration methods...an errorproof method?

09032017, 02:47 AM
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RE: Integration methods...an errorproof method?
I would say: do the math. Analyse any "bad behaviour" and either factor (transform) it out or use an algorithm that is suited to the particular type of issue(s) (thinking of GaussLegendre with weight functions for example). Of course chopping up the interval of integration to isolate the issues as much as you can first is probably a good idea as well.
But perhaps I am just too old to expect any silver bullets... 

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Integration methods...an errorproof method?  Matt Agajanian  09022017, 09:42 PM
RE: Integration methods...an errorproof method?  Joe Horn  09022017, 10:21 PM
RE: Integration methods...an errorproof method?  Matt Agajanian  09022017, 10:43 PM
RE: Integration methods...an errorproof method?  Joe Horn  09022017, 11:05 PM
RE: Integration methods...an errorproof method?  AlexFekken  09032017 02:47 AM
RE: Integration methods...an errorproof method?  Paul Dale  09032017, 04:09 AM
RE: Integration methods...an errorproof method?  AlexFekken  09032017, 05:24 AM
RE: Integration methods...an errorproof method?  Paul Dale  09032017, 06:30 AM
RE: Integration methods...an errorproof method?  AlexFekken  09032017, 08:07 AM

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