NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS BY SPLINE FUNCTIONS (SPLINDIF).
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WISCONSIN UNIV MADISON MATHEMATICS RESEARCH CENTER
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A computer subroutine package, SPLINDIF, which implements a new method for obtaining global approximations to solutions of systems of non-linear first order differential equations with given initial values is described. The numerical solutions are spline functions of degree 2q with q continuous derivatives. The method is a one-step predictor-corrector scheme based on Hermites quadrature formula of 1878. The package consists of subroutines written in FORTRAN-63 for the CDC 1604 computer. This package uses TAYLOR, which is written in FORTRAN-63 and CODAP Assembly Language. Author
- Numerical Mathematics
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