Boundary-value Problem
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Boundary-value Problem
A physical problem completely specified by a differential equation in an
unknown, valid in a certain region of space, and certain information (boundary
condition) about the unknown, given on the boundaries of that region. The
information required to determine the solution depends completely and uniquely
on the particular problem. See initial-value
problem.
References
This article is based on NASA's Dictionary of Technical Terms for Aerospace Use