**dg1d_burgers_test**,
a MATLAB code which
calls dg1d_burgers(), which
applies the Discontinuous Galerkin Method (DG) to approximate a
solution of the time dependent 1D Burgers Equation.

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dg1d_burgers, a MATLAB code which uses the Discontinuous Galerkin Method (DG) to approximate a solution of the unsteady 1D Burgers Equation. The original version of the code was written by Jan Hesthaven and Tim Warburton.

- dg1d_burgers_test.m, a driver for the solution of the 1D Burgers equation.
- dg1d_burgers_test.sh, a script which runs the driver with octave.
- dg1d_burgers_test.txt, the output file.

- dg1d_burgers_test_initial.png, an image of the initial condition.
- dg1d_burgers_test_final.png, an image of the final solution.