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# impl

differential algebraic equation

### Calling Sequence

y=impl([type],y0,ydot0,t0,t [,atol, [rtol]],res,adda [,jac])

### Arguments

- y0,ydot0
real vectors or matrix (initial conditions).

- t0
real scalar (initial time).

- t
real vector (times at which the solution is computed).

- res,adda
externals (function or character string or list).

- type
string

`'adams'`

or`'stiff'`

- atol,rtol
real scalar or real vector of the same size as as

`y`

.- jac
external (function or character string or list).

### Description

Solution of the linear implicit differential equation

A(t,y) dy/dt=g(t,y), y(t0)=y0

`t0`

is the initial instant, `y0`

is the vector of initial conditions Vector `ydot0`

of the
time derivative of `y`

at `t0`

must also
be given. r The input `res`

is an external i.e. a
function with specified syntax, or the name a Fortran subroutine or a C
function (character string) with specified calling sequence or a
list.

If `res`

is a function, its syntax must be as
follows:

r = res(t,y,ydot)

where `t`

is a real scalar (time) and
`y`

and `ydot`

are real vector (state
and derivative of the state). This function must return
`r=g(t,y)-A(t,y)*ydot`

.

If `res`

is a character string, it refers to the
name of a Fortran subroutine or a C function. See
`SCI/modules/differential_equations/sci_gateway/fortran/Ex-impl.f`

for an example to do
that.

`res`

can also be a list: see the help of
`ode`

.

The input `adda`

is also an external.

If `adda`

is a function, its syntax must be as
follows:

r = adda(t,y,p)

and it must return `r=A(t,y)+p`

where
`p`

is a matrix to be added to
`A(t,y)`

.

If `adda`

is a character string, it refers to the
name of a Fortran subroutine or a C function. See
`SCI/modules/differential_equations/sci_gateway/fortran/Ex-impl.f`

for an example to do
that.

`adda`

can also be a list: see the help of
`ode`

.

The input `jac`

is also an external.

If `jac`

is a function, its syntax must be as
follows:

j = jac(t,y,ydot)

and it must return the Jacobian of
`r=g(t,y)-A(t,y)*ydot`

with respect to
`y`

.

If `jac`

is a character string, it refers to the
name of a Fortran subroutine or a C function. See
`SCI/modules/differential_equations/sci_gateway/fortran/Ex-impl.f`

for an example to do
that.

`jac`

can also be a list: see the help of
`ode`

.

### Examples

y=impl([1;0;0],[-0.04;0.04;0],0,0.4,'resid','aplusp'); // Using hot restart //[x1,w,iw]=impl([1;0;0],[-0.04;0.04;0],0,0.2,'resid','aplusp'); // hot start from previous call //[x1]=impl([1;0;0],[-0.04;0.04;0],0.2,0.4,'resid','aplusp',w,iw); //max(abs(x1-x))

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