The stream function for steady, incompressible, two–dimensional flow over a circular cylinder of radius a and free stream velocity U is ...
Metaphysical, yet Personal • Dualism and Materialism are different metaphysical positions. – They make different claims about the fundamental nature of reality.
The situation described by (13.7) is called elliptical polarization. At a fixed point in space the electric field vector rotates with its tip sweeping out the curve of the ellipse in one period of oscillation. The polarization is either right or left
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Anonymous Functions in MATLAB Niloufer Mackey Example >> [email protected](x) [4*x(1)-x(2)*x(2);4*x(1)+x(2)] g = @(x)[4*x(1)-x(2)*x(2);4*x(1)+x(2)] The @ character constructs the function handle, in this case g, to the anonymous function. The @ character should be immediately followed by the list of input arguments to the function, enclosed in round parentheses. In this example, we have one input argument, the vector x. Next, enter the expression that deﬁnes the function. Thus, in this example, we have deﬁned the vector valued function ([ ]) [ ] x1 4x1 − x22 g = x2 4x1 + x2 To evaluate g at the point (1, 1) >>g([1 1]) ans = 3 5 Now here is an example of a function that takes an anonymous function as input. function y = testhandle(f, x, h) dx = h*ones(size(x)); y=(f(x) - f(x+dx))./h; end Here is call to testhandle testhandle(g,[1 1], .1) ans = -1.9000 -5.0000
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