Composite Mid-point method for numeric integration (Scripts) Publisher's description
from Sulaymon Eshkabilov
COMPOSITE midpoint rule method
COMPOSITE midpoint rule method. Some numerical calculations and analysis exercises of Numeric Integration for comparison analysis. f function is given in terms of a symbolic variable x and expressed as an inline function. E.g., f=inline('x^2+2*x-2'). Also, if the function f is trigonometric function, the 4th argument can be entered as 'trigonom' or just 'trig' or 1. X is expected to be in degrees for trigonometric function evaluations. The number of steps NSTEPS has to be even. upl and lowl are upper and lower limits. NB: Sequence order of limits is unnecessary to follow, 'if' conditions will take care of lower and upper limits accordingly.
System Requirements:MATLAB 7.9 (2009b)
Program Release Status: New Release
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall