# solution - abs(x,y = |x y| counter return matT[i[j public...

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Sheet1 Page 1 // put this in the class data int totlRows = 10 int totlCols = 10 // Precondition: matT is already initialized public static double calcTemp(double matT[][], int i, int j){ double acceptable = 0.01 double newValue int counter = 0 while(counter < totlRows*totlCols){ for(int row = 0 for(int col = 0 if(row == 0 || row == totlRows - 1 || cols == 0 || cols == totlCols - 1 || counter++ else{ newValue = (matT[row+1][col] + matT[row-1][col] + matT[row][col+1] + T[row][col-1])/4 if(abs(matT[row][col],newValue) <= acceptable )

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Unformatted text preview: // abs(x,y) = |x - y| counter++ } } } } return matT[i][j] } public static void initialize (double matT){ double matT = new double [totlRows][totlCols] for(int row = 0 for(int col = 0 if(row == 0 || row == totlRows - 1 || col == 0 || col == totlCols - 1) matT[row][col] = 20.0 else if(row == 2 && col == 7) matT[row][col] = 100.0 else mat[row][col] = 50.0 } } } Sheet1 Page 2 row < totlRows row++){ col < totlCols col++){ row < totlRows row++){ col < totlCols col++){...
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## This note was uploaded on 12/01/2010 for the course APPLIED SC 142 taught by Professor Professorstansimmons during the Winter '10 term at Queens University.

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solution - abs(x,y = |x y| counter return matT[i[j public...

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