Richardson extrapolation and differential equations


by Max.Planck
Tags: dif. eq, extrapolation, numerical method
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Dec2-12, 09:48 AM
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When numerically solving a differential equation with boundary conditions, I create a roster of n+1 points and solve a (n-1)*(n-1) matrix to compute the values at the (n-1) unknowns. Now I wanted to know: is it possible to use richardson extrapolation to improve the result for any differential equation?
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