An evaluation of numerical integration techniques

dc.contributor.advisorNewhouse, Albert
dc.contributor.committeeMemberHutchinson, Janis D.
dc.contributor.committeeMemberWright, Martin
dc.contributor.committeeMemberAllred, John C.
dc.creatorCooper, Richard A.
dc.description.abstractThe subject will be the following system of two simultaneous second, order non linear total differential equations. Where and subject to the initial conditions. All differentiation is with respect to t. An investigation of three well known integration schemes is carried out with the purpose in mind of finding out which of these techniques will perform the integration most rapidly. The solution must satisfy prescribed accuracy limits. Programs for the IBM 650 computer are written to effect the solution
dc.description.departmentMathematics, Department of
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dc.titleAn evaluation of numerical integration techniques
dc.type.genreThesis, Department of of Houston of Science


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