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Volume 12, Issue 1
The Application of Integral Equations to the Numerical Solution of Nonlinear Singular Perturbation Problems

Guo-Ying Wang

J. Comp. Math., 12 (1994), pp. 36-45.

Published online: 1994-12

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The nonlinear singular perturbation problem is solved numerically on non-equidistant meshes which are dense in the boundary layers. The method presented is based on the numerical solution of integral equations [1]. The fourth order uniform accuracy of the scheme is proved. A numerical experiment demonstrates the effectiveness of the method. 

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The nonlinear singular perturbation problem is solved numerically on non-equidistant meshes which are dense in the boundary layers. The method presented is based on the numerical solution of integral equations [1]. The fourth order uniform accuracy of the scheme is proved. A numerical experiment demonstrates the effectiveness of the method. 

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The nonlinear singular perturbation problem is solved numerically on non-equidistant meshes which are dense in the boundary layers. The method presented is based on the numerical solution of integral equations [1]. The fourth order uniform accuracy of the scheme is proved. A numerical experiment demonstrates the effectiveness of the method. 

Guo-Ying Wang. (1970). The Application of Integral Equations to the Numerical Solution of Nonlinear Singular Perturbation Problems. Journal of Computational Mathematics. 12 (1). 36-45. doi:
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