The Stability of One-Step Schemes for First-Order Two-Point Boundary Value Problems.
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The stability of a finite difference scheme is related explicitly to the stability of the continuous problem being solved. At times, this gives materially better estimates for the stability constant than those obtained by the standard process of appealing to the stability of the numerical scheme for the associated initial value problem. Author
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