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Trapping modesCallan, M. A. January 1991 (has links)
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Numerical methods for highorder ordinary differential equations with applications to eigenvalue problemsBoutayeb, Abdesslam January 1990 (has links)
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Bivariational methods and their application to integral equationsYuen, P. K. January 1987 (has links)
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Bounds for linear and nonlinear initial value problemsDesai, Narendrakumar Chhotubhai January 2010 (has links)
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Spectral integration and the numerical solution of twopoint boundary value problemsNorris, Gordon F. 22 September 1999 (has links)
Spectral integration methods have been introduced for constantcoefficient
twopoint boundary value problems by Greengard, and pseudospectral integration
methods for Volterra integral equations have been investigated by Kauthen. This thesis
presents an approach to variablecoefficient twopoint boundary value problems which
employs pseudospectral integration methods to solve an equivalent integral equation.
This thesis covers three topics in the application of spectral integration methods to
twopoint boundary value problems.
The first topic is the development of the spectral integration concept and a
derivation of the spectral integration matrices. The derivation utilizes the discrete
Chebyshev transform and leads to a stable algorithm for generating the integration
matrices. Convergence theory for spectral integration of C[subscript k] and analytic functions is
presented. Matrixfree implementations are discussed with an emphasis on
computational efficiency.
The second topic is the transformation of boundary value problems to equivalent
Fredholm integral equations and discretization of the resulting integral equations. The
discussion of boundary condition treatments includes Dirichlet, Neumann, and Robin
type boundary conditions.
The final topic is a numerical comparison of the spectral integration and spectral
differentiation approaches to twopoint boundary value problems. Numerical results are
presented on the accuracy and efficiency of these two methods applied to a set of model
problems.
The main theoretical result of this thesis is a proof that the error in spectral
integration of analytic functions decays exponentially with the number of discretization
points N. It is demonstrated that spectrally accurate solutions to variablecoefficient
boundary value problems can be obtained in O(NlogN) operations by the spectral
integration method. Numerical examples show that spectral integration methods are
competitive with spectral differentiation methods in terms of accuracy and efficiency. / Graduation date: 2000

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On the existence of solutions to discrete and continuous boundary value problems /Tisdell, Christopher C. January 2001 (has links) (PDF)
Thesis (Ph. D.)University of Queensland, 2002. / Includes bibliographical references.

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THE TWODIMENSIONAL JET UNDER GRAVITY FROM AN APERTURE IN THE LOWER OF TWO HORIZONTAL PLANES WHICH BOUND A LIQUIDConway, William Edward, 1938 January 1965 (has links)
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Existence and uniqueness theorems for solutions of some two point boundary value problems for y''=(x,y,y')Cabaniss, Harleston Edward 08 1900 (has links)
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An application of a pointwise variational principle in elastodynamicsSummers, Richard Deane 05 1900 (has links)
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A moving boundary problem with a nonequilibrium interfacial boundary conditionKarschner, Dana Wesley 08 1900 (has links)
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