Algorithm: Solving 1D BVP with Finite Elements (Visualization)
Description: 
A function I wrote a while ago to experiment with the finite elements method.
It's solving a 1D boundary value problem on the interval [0,1] with dirichlet conditions f(0)=0 and f(1)=1. The following ODEs are supported: laplace and helmholtz. As this was mainly for ... (show more) 
Tags:  BVP FEM 
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0 votes 01/27/2013 5:11 p.m. (version #1) 
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Download the CloudRunner Client by clicking here and place the downloaded file in your MATLAB working directory.

Inside MATLAB, initialize the CloudRunner Client by calling CloudRunner:
>> CloudRunnerA login dialog will prompt for your CloudRunner mail address and password. For a start, you can leave the dialog empty and just click "Connect".
Alternatively, you can provide the login credentials (or empty strings to skip login) as a parameter and hence skip the login dialog. This is useful when using CloudRunner in noninteractive scripts.
>> CloudRunner('mail@example.com', 'password') 
Select this algorithm by its URL. Selecting an algorithm creates the lambda function that proxies calls to the algorithm to the server for execution:
>> CloudRunnerSelect('http://www.cloudrunner.eu/algorithm/94/solving1dbvpwithfiniteelementsvisualization/version/1/')For the sake of convenience, you can also use the algorithm ID instead of its URL for public algorithms.

Call functions from the algorithm like any regular local function.
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