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2012-02-13 14:51:02 +0100 | commented question | ode_solver : unable to convert to float It's REALY long, and it contains lots of abbreviations and definitions within definitions... I doubt it would be very useful. I can describe the system: I have 39 functions (y[0], ..., y[38]) and 39 dependent first-order diferential equations. Functions are defined in the complex ring, the inital values are complex numbers, etc. RHS of equations are complicated combinations of y's. So i write them all down, define range and initial conditions and that's it. In Mathematica I did it with NDSolve, there were absolutly no problems (I have just typed the equations) and the whole job is done in about 2 seconds. Now I am trying to do the same job with Sage. But it turns out it's not that simple :( |

2012-02-13 14:11:59 +0100 | commented answer | ode_solver : unable to convert to float Thank you for your answer, I had a feeling something like that will be the case :) Can you advise me with the best way to do that conversion? Do I have to do it "by hand" (separating each function f = fRe + fIm, and each value like y0 = y0Re + y0Im) , or is there some routine that can do it? |

2012-02-13 06:58:01 +0100 | asked a question | ode_solver : unable to convert to float I am trying to solve a system of 38 first-order differential equations using The error I get is following:
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