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Simulation Methods as An Effective Tool for Solving Healthy Applied and Theoretical Problems

Author: OLGA TORSHINA, LYUDMILA PANOVA, ELENA MOSKVINA, LARISA SMIRNOVA, YULIYA SOMOVA, ALEKSANDR LIMAREV, SERGEJ ZOTOV, EKATERINA MAKHACHEVA, MARS KHAYRULLIN
Abstract: The article discusses the simulating method as a modern method of scientific research by way of example of using multi-step numerical methods for solving boundary value problems. The Adams method, the Milne method, the method of prognosis and correction are presented in the article. Also, general theoretical information is given, and software implementation is carried out. The obtained calculation results are given in the form of tables. We made a comparative analysis of the considered numerical methods. Based on a comparative analysis, it is established which of the methods is the least time consuming, time-optimal and has the smallest error.
Keyword: mathematical simulation method, numerical methods, Cauchy problem, differential equations
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.04.056
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