Multi-parameter error resolution for the collocation method of Volterra integral equations
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In this paper, a multi-parameter error resolution technique is introduced and applied to the collocation method for Volterra integral equations. By using this technique, an approximation of higher accuracy is obtained by using a multi-processor in parallel. Additionally, a correction scheme for approximation of higher accuracy and a global superconvergence result are presented.
AMS subject classification65R20
Key wordsCollocation integral equations multi-parameter error resolution parallel algorithm
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