Computer Implementation of Mathematical Models
Computer implementation of an AP mathematical model requires: A well-defined statement of the problem for computer simulation Selecting a computer architecture – a sequential or parallel Choosing the most effective numerical algorithms for the problem under investigation Investigating the possibility of utilizing standard (MATLAB, Mathematica, etc.) and specialized software (OXSOFT, Madonna, Visualization programs) packages Providing programming tools for measuring the conduction velocity of the wavefront and representing the cell’s state in time for chosen grid points in the spatial domain.
KeywordsComputer Implementation Local Truncation Error Adaptive Time Step Integration Step Size Explicit Euler Method
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