TY - JOUR UR - http://lib.ugent.be/catalog/pug01:2154162 ID - pug01:2154162 LA - eng TI - Stability of two-level difference schemes for a class of non-linear parabolic equations PY - 1977 JO - (1977) APPLIED MATHEMATICAL MODELLING SN - 0307-904X PB - 1977 AU - D'Hollander, Erik AB - The purpose of this paper is to establish a condition of stability for a family of two-level finite difference approximations to a class of non-linear parabolic differential equations. This condition generalizes similar results obtained for the linear case with constant coefficients. ER -Download RIS file
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653 | a parabolic equations | ||
653 | a non-linear | ||
653 | a two-level difference | ||
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