The Treatment of Second Order Ordinary Differential Equations Using Equidistant One-step Block Hybrid

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Y. Skwame
J. Sabo
M. Mathew

Abstract

A general one-step hybrid block method with equidistant of order 6 has been successfully developed for the direct solution of second order IVPs in this article. Numerical analysis shows that the developed method is consistent and zero-stable which implies its convergence. The analysis of the new method is examined on two highly and mildly stiff second-order initial value problems to illustrate the efficiency of the method. It is obvious that our method performs better than the existing method within which we compare our result with. Hence, the approach is an adequate one for solving special second order IVPs.

Keywords:
One-step, equidistant, IVPs, numerical analysis, highly & mildly second order

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Skwame, Y., Sabo, J., & Mathew, M. (2019). The Treatment of Second Order Ordinary Differential Equations Using Equidistant One-step Block Hybrid. Asian Journal of Probability and Statistics, 5(3), 1-9. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajpas/2019/v5i330136
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