here,k,a,b,c have definite values. . The boundary conditions are: . How can I calculate the lowwest eignvalue and the corresponding eignfunction? I have already know that the eignvalue is around 2.
I have used SLEIGN2 to get the eignvalue. In order to get the corresponding eignfunction, I take x from 0 to 10 (it's a good approximation), and discretise the equation, and then Gauss elimination. However, because the rightside of the linear functions are all zero, I have no idea but let y_N be a small number, and get all other s. But the result is wrong.
Who can give me a suggestion on how can I calculate the eignfunction? Thanks very much!