"Steven_Lord" <email@example.com> wrote in message > > ODE45 requires the function that you pass into it as a function handle for > the first input to accept two input arguments. > > Your function f requires three input arguments. > > If we have a function that accepted the two input arguments from ODE45 and > passed them and another value into f, to serve as an adapter or go-between > for ODE45 and the f function, they will both be satisfied. The anonymous > function IS that adapter/go-between. The "@(t, y)" section of the anonymous > function indicates that it accepts two inputs (and so is a valid first input > for ODE45) and the "f(t, y, beta)" section calls f with three input > arguments (as it requires.) > > -- > Steve Lord > firstname.lastname@example.org > To contact Technical Support use the Contact Us link on > http://www.mathworks.com
Ahhh. In other words, the anonymous function "@(t,y)" is a function with one line. That line is "f(t,y,beta)". Pretty neat. Thanks for explanation.