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    Implementing a PDE

    Hi,

    Is is possible to extend this system of PDEs to two dimensions (i.e. x and y)?



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    Re: Implementing a PDE

    Hey algorithm.

    I'm not sure what you are getting at: what was the key concept either mathematically, physically, or otherwise that you wished to extend?
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    Re: Implementing a PDE

    Hi,

    Thanks for your reply.

    I'm not sure what you are getting at: what was the key concept either mathematically, physically, or otherwise that you wished to extend?
    Sure. V is a variable which denotes the fluctuation along the length of an animal cell, where x is the distance along it. The variable v gives similar information along the length.

    What I would like to do is build up a 2D array of cells - i.e. I want to model V on animal tissue.

    But how I extend a 1D PDE to 2D, I'm not sure.
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