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B-spline Method for Solving General Singularly Perturbed Boundary Value Problems Using Fitted Mesh

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In this paper we develop B-spline method for solving a class of Singularly Perturbed two point boundary value problems given as

Ly = εy″ = F(x,y,y′), x ∈ (0,1) (1)

y(0) = ν0 y(1) = ν1, ν0,ν1R (2)

We use the Fitted mesh technique to generate piecewise uniform mesh, and use B-spline method which leads to a tridiagonal linear system. In case of non-linear problems we first linearize the equation using Quasilinearization technique and the resulting problem is solved by B-spline. The convergence analysis is given and the method is shown to have uniform convergence. Numerical illustrations are given in the end to demonstrate the efficiency of our method.

10.1163/157404006779194187
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2006-11-01
2016-08-29

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