Integration methods...an errorproof method?

09032017, 04:09 AM
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RE: Integration methods...an errorproof method?
(09022017 09:42 PM)Matt Agajanian Wrote: So, rather than this approach, what are some improved integration methods to avoid, aleviate, bypass, or resolve discontinuities in functions? Avoiding the endpoints is straightforward, the rectangle method can do this by evaluating the rectangle midpoints. I suspect this is impossible in general. A discontinuity between two evaluation points is going to be impossible to detect. Where both sides run to opposite signed infinities can be detected (e.g. tangent) but I'm not sure how helpful that is  the area under each side could be infinite and then there is the question as to what infinity  infinity means? Avoiding undefined evaluation points seems problematic  it would be possible to shift the point on error and increase the resolution around the failure which would be a start. I'm sure it could be tricked up easily. Pauli 

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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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