Introduction to Perturbation Methods (2nd Ed)
by Mark H. Holmes

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MATLAB Files The following are the MATLAB files used to generate the respective figure (directions). Note that I save the figures in eps format for the book.

MATLAB Files The following are the MATLAB files used to generate the respective figure (directions). Note that I save the figures in eps format for the book.

MATLAB Files The following are the MATLAB files used to generate the respective figure (directions). Note that I save the figures in eps format for the book.

MATLAB Files The following are the MATLAB files used to generate the respective figure (directions). Note that I save the figures in eps format for the book.

MATLAB Files The following are the MATLAB files used to generate the respective figure (directions). Note that I save the figures in eps format for the book.

MATLAB Files The following are the MATLAB files used to generate the respective figure (directions). Note that I save the figures in eps format for the book.

MATLAB Files The following are the MATLAB files used to generate the respective figure (directions). Note that I save the figures in eps format for the book.

The following are MATLAB files I wrote to solve BVPs problems. A short explanation is provided at the end of each file on how to use that particular code. (directions)
lbvp.m This code solves and then plots the solution of the linear BVP: y'' + p(x)y' + q(x)y = f(x), for x in (xL , xR), where a0*y(xL) + b0*y'(xL) = c0 and a1*y(xR) + b1*y'(xR) = c1
 
nbvp.m This code solves and then plots the solution of the nonlinear BVP: y'' = f(x, y, y'), for x in (xL , xR), where y(xL) = yL and y(xR) = yR
 
sbvp.m This code solves and then plots the solution of the nonlinear BVP: ep*y'' = f(x, y, y', ep), for x in (xL , xR), where y(xL) = yL and y(xR) = yR
