# Cleve’s Corner: Cleve Moler on Mathematics and ComputingScientific computing, math & more

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# MathWorks Logo, Part Four, Method of Particular Solutions Generates the Logo

The Method of Particular Solutions computes a highly accurate approximation to the eigenvalue we have been seeking, and guaranteed bounds on the accuracy. It also provides flexibility involving the boundary conditions that leads to the MathWorks logo. ... read more >>

# MathWorks Logo, Part Three, PDE Toolbox2

The Partial Differential Equation Toolbox contains tools for the analysis of PDEs in two space dimensions and time. It is perhaps not surprising that one of the primary examples involves the L-shaped membrane.... read more >>

# MathWorks Logo, Part Two. Finite Differences2

After reviewing the state of affairs fifty years ago, I use classic finite difference methods, followed by extrapolation, to find the first eigenvalue of the region underlying the MathWorks logo.... read more >>

# MathWorks Logo, Part One. Why Is It L Shaped?

MathWorks is the only company in the world whose logo satisfies a partial differential equation. Why is the region for this equation shaped like a capital letter L? ... read more >>

# Ordinary Differential Equation Solvers ODE23 and ODE454

The functions ode23 and ode45 are the principal MATLAB and Simulink tools for solving nonstiff ordinary differential equations.... read more >>

# Ordinary Differential Equation Suite4

MATLAB and Simulink have a powerful suite of routines for the numerical solution of ordinary differential equations. Today's post offers an introduction. Subsequent posts will examine several of the routines in more detail.... read more >>

# Periodic Solutions to the Lorenz Equations

Changing the value of a parameter in the equations that produce the famous Lorenz chaotic attractor yields nonlinear ordinary differential equations that have periodic solutions. ... read more >>

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