Extrapolation of Explicit DIMSIMs of High Order to Solve the Ordinary Differential Equations

Abstract

The purpose of this research is to investigate the effciency of explicit diagonally implicit multi-stage integration methods with extrapolation. The author gave detailed explanation of explicit diagonally implicit multi-stage integration method and compared the base method with a technique known as extrapolation to improve the effciency. Extrapolation for symmetric Runge-Kutta method is proven to improve the accuracy since with extrapolation the solutions exhibit asymptotic error expansion, however for General linear methods, it is not known whether extrapolation can improve the effciency or not. Therefore this research focuses on the numerical experimental results of the explicit diagonally implicit multistage integration with and without extrapolation for solving some ordinary differential equations. The numerical results showed that the base method with extrapolation is more effcient than the method without extrapolation.

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Kadhim, A. and Gorgey, A. (2019) Extrapolation of Explicit DIMSIMs of High Order to Solve the Ordinary Differential Equations. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, 7, 3022-3030. doi: 10.4236/jamp.2019.712212.

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