Approximate Solution of Multipoint Boundary Value Problems
This study applies the Differential Transform Method (DTM) to obtain the approximate solution of multipoint boundary value problems. Two examples are solved to illustrate the efficiency of the method. Comparison with the solution obtained by Adomian Decomposition Method revealed that DTM is an excellent method for this type of problems.
Published at Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Published in 2015
A.A. Opanuga, O.O. Agboola and H.I. Okagbue
Agboola Olasunmbo » Mr. AGBOOLA, Olasunmbo Olaoluwa holds Bachelor of Science Education (First Class Hons.) and Master of Science degrees from the University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria. He is an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Mathematics in the College of Science and Technology. His research interests are in analytical dynamics and numerical analysis. Presently, he is undertaking his Doctor of Philosophy... view full profile
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