Is it intuitive to put the value a there or is there something simple I am overlooking
How would different boundary conditions fundamentally differ in the resulting boundary calculations? Like is one option smoother than other, etc?
It was mentioned previously that we can also use periodic boundary conditions. Is this not considered a "basic" boundary condition?
Can we solve a PDE where Dirichlet and Neumann are mixed together?
What are the tradeoffs associated with choosing a Dirichlet or a Neumann boundary condition?
With Neumann condition, would we somehow have to save data from across other boundaries to get this specific difference, or maybe I am misunderstanding?
How to add boundary conditions to the linear system in the previous page?