One-step three-parameter optimized hybrid block method for solving first order initial value problems of ordinary differential equations

https://doi.org/10.48185/jmam.v5i1.970

Authors

  • E. A. Areo
  • Sunday Gbenro Bamidele Olumilua University of Education, Science and Technology, Ikere-Ekiti
  • B.T Olabode
  • A.L. Momoh

Keywords:

Linear stability, Second derivative, Local truncation error, Parameter approximations, Initial Value Problems (IVPs). 2010 MSC: 65L05, 65L20

Abstract

A one-step three-parameter optimized hybrid block method and second derivative hybrid block method with optimized points were proposed to solve first-order ordinary differential equations. The techniques of interpolation and collocation were adopted for the derivation of the methods using a three-parameter approximation. The hybrid points were obtained by optimizing the local truncation error of the method. The schemes obtained were reformulated to reduce the number of occurrences of the source term. The hybrid points were used in the derivation of the second derivative hybrid block method. The discrete schemes
were produced as a by-product of the continuous scheme and used to simultaneously solve initial value problems (IVPs) in block mode. The resulting schemes are self-starting, do not require the creation of individual predictors, and are consistent, zero-stable, and convergent. The accuracy and efficiency of the methods were ascertained using several numerical test problems. The numerical results were favourably compared to some techniques from the cited literature.

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Published

2024-01-28

How to Cite

E. A. Areo, Gbenro, S., Olabode, B., & Momoh, A. (2024). One-step three-parameter optimized hybrid block method for solving first order initial value problems of ordinary differential equations. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Modeling, 5(1), 41–59. https://doi.org/10.48185/jmam.v5i1.970

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