This new work is an introduction to the numerical solution of the initial value problem for a system of ordinary differential equations. The first three chapters are general in nature, and chapters 4 through 8 derive the basic numerical methods, prove their convergence, study their stability and consider how to implement them effectively. The book focuses on the most important methods in practice and develops them fully, uses examples throughout, and emphasizes practical problem-solving methods.
L.F. Shampine (Southern Methodist University)
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30 June 2020
Professional and scholarly
The mathematical problem: discrete variable methods The computational problem: basic methods Convergence and stability: stability for large step sizes Error estimation and control: stiff problems Problems References Appendix Some mathematical tools Index