Monotone alternating direction implicit method for nonlinear integro-parabolic equations


  • Igor Boglaev Massey University



integro-parabolic problems, alternating direction implicit (ADI) scheme, monotone iterative ADI method


The paper deals with numerical solving nonlinear integro-parabolic problems based on an alternating direction implicit (ADI) scheme. A monotone iterative ADI method is constructed. An analysis of convergence of the monotone iterative ADI method is given. References
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Author Biography

Igor Boglaev, Massey University

Institute of Fundamental Sciences, Palmerston North





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