Stiffness and Accuracy in the Method of Lines Integration of Partial Differential Equations. Part II: The Sliding Difference Method.
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Integration of a partial differential equation by the method of lines requires, as a first step, that the spatial derivatives in the partial differential equation be replaced by a finite difference approximation, thus reducing the partial differential equation to a set of ordinary differential equations coupled, by the approximation, along a spatial grid. Modified author abstract
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