ON THE CONVERGENCE OF FINITE-DIFFERENCE APPROXIMATIONS TO ONE-DIMENSIONAL SINGULAR BOUNDARY-VALUE PROBLEMS.
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WISCONSIN UNIV MADISON MATHEMATICS RESEARCH CENTER
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Consider a linear ordinary differential equation of the 2nd order which has a singularity at the origin according to the nature of this singularity we must consider either the two-point boundary-value problem or the one-point boundary-value problem. Finite-difference schemes are studied results are given concerning error analysis and monotone convergence. Author
- Numerical Mathematics