[SciPy-User] Fitting Differential Equations to a Curve
Pauli Virtanen
pav@iki...
Tue Feb 7 13:04:00 CST 2012
07.02.2012 11:43, Pappu Kumar kirjoitti:
> I am trying to fit the differential equation ay' + by''=0 to a curve by
> varying a and b The following code does not work:
>
> from scipy.integrate import odeint
> from scipy.optimize import curve_fit
> from numpy import linspace, random, array
>
> time = linspace(0.0,10.0,100)
> def deriv(time,a,b):
> dy=lambda y,t : array([ y[1], a*y[0]+b*y[1] ])
> yinit = array([0.0005,0.2]) # initial values
> Y=odeint(dy,yinit,time)
> return Y[:,0]
>
> z = deriv(time, 2, 0.1)
> zn = z + 0.1*random.normal(size=len(time))
>
> popt, pcov = curve_fit(deriv, time, zn)
> print popt # it only outputs the initial values of a, b!
For me, this prints
[ 1.999963 0.10002353]
So seems to be working as expected, as the function to fit was made with
parameters [2, 0.1] plus some added noise.
--
Pauli Virtanen
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