Construction of Stable High Order One-Block Methods Using Multi-Block Triple

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I. J. Ajie
K. Utalor
M. O. Durojaiye

Abstract

This paper deals with the construction of l-stable implicit one-block methods for the solution of stiff initial value problems. The constructions are done using three different multi-block methods. The first multi-block method is composed using Generalized Backward Differentiation Formula (GBDF) and Backward Differentiation Formula (BDF), the second is composed using Reversed Generalized Adams Moulton (RGAM) and Generalized Adams Moulton (GAM) while the third is composed using Reversed Adams Moulton (RAM) and Adams Moulton (AM). Shift operator is then applied to the combination of the three multi-block methods in such a manner that the resultant block is a one-block method and self-starting. These one-block methods are up to order six and  with at order ten. Numerical experiments show that they are good for solving stiff initial problems.

Keywords:
l-stable, multi-block, stiff initial value problem, one-block and self-starting

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Ajie, I. J., Utalor, K., & Durojaiye, M. O. (2019). Construction of Stable High Order One-Block Methods Using Multi-Block Triple. Journal of Advances in Mathematics and Computer Science, 32(5), 1-13. https://doi.org/10.9734/jamcs/2019/v32i530158
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