On a hybrid numerical algorithm for the solutions of higher order ordinary differential equations
A hybrid Adam-Moulton type one step numerical algorithm is proposed in this paper. The numerical algorithm is implemented in the block mode. Characterization of the method in terms of convergence and region of stability is given. Numerical experiments performed reveals the convergence of the method at very reasonable cost.
Published at Turkic World Mathematical Society Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics
Published in 2015
Timothy A. Anake; Sheila A. Bishop; Olasunmbo O. Agboola
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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