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4 The Method of Particular Solutions 35 where fbi g are the unknown coefficients, À NÁ1 ; N2 are, respectively, the number of the collocation knots on C1 and C2 , /h rj represents the fundamental solution, RBF general solution, or harmonic function of the homogeneous governing equation in Eq. 12). For more details of these functions satisfying homogeneous equation, please see Sect. 3. Then, substituting Eq. 19) into boundary condition in Eqs. 14), the unknown coefficients fbi g can be determined and the approximate homogeneous solution ^uh can be calculated via Eq.
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