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Highly Accurate Method for Solving Singular Boundary-Value Problems Via Padé Approximation and Two-Step Quartic B-Spline Collocation

  • H. AlloucheEmail author
  • A. Tazdayte
  • K. Tigma
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Abstract

We propose a highly accurate method to solve a class of singular two-point boundary-value problems having singular coefficients. These problems often arise when a partial differential equation is reduced to an ordinary differential equation by physical symmetry. The proposed method is based on Padé approximation and two-step collocation. The resolution domain is divided, Padé approximant is used on the subdomain in the vicinity of the singular point and provides a new boundary condition, and then, two-step quartic B-spline is used on the remaining subdomain where the problem is transformed to a regular boundary-value problem. The subdomains are chosen optimally using a suitable optimization procedure. Some examples are presented along with a comparison of the numerical results with other methods.

Keywords

Singularity Boundary-value problems Quartic B-spline Two-step collocation method Padé approximation 

Mathematics Subject Classification

65N 34B16 41A15 41A21 65N15 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.MAN-TA Research Team Department of Mathematics and Computer Sciences Faculty of SciencesMoulay Ismail UniversityMeknesMorocco
  2. 2.Higher Institute of Maritime Studies (ISEM)CasablancaMorocco

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