[ODE] Good reference for solving LCP's?

Megan Fox shalinor at gmail.com
Tue Apr 24 07:41:23 MST 2007

I realize it's a generic response, but MathWorld is an excellent
jump-off point for anything and everything math related.  Wikipedia is
a close second, once you have a point of reference to start from.

I'd say start with: RK4 (Runge-Kutta)

... or more generally, numerical solutions to Ordinary Differential
Equations (or ODE's, hence the name).  I'd suggest a textbook about
Numerical Analysis period, but... mine is terrible, and everyone else
I know has a terrible one too.  If you find a decent one, let me know,
mine is a glorified paper-weight occasionally useful in holding down
my solid gold class notes.

On 4/24/07, Andrew Riehm <andrew.riehm at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm trying to understand how the physics engine works, from a numerical
> computing perspective, and I am having a hard time finding a good
> comprehensive overview of what a linear complimentarity problem is and
> what methods are used to solve them.  Can anyone point me to a good
> reference (be it an online article, a book, or a journal)?
> --
> Andrew Riehm
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Megan Fox
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