ALGORITHM 540 PDECOL, General Collocation Software for Partial Differential Equations [D3] N. K. MADSEN Lawrence Liverrnore Laboratory and R. F. SINCOVEC Kansas State University Key Words and Phrases: collocataon methods, partial differential equations, numerical software, method of lines CR Categories 3.20, 3 22, 4.0, 5.17 Language Fortran DESCRIPTION 1. Introduction T h e basic p u r p o s e of this p a p e r is to describe and discuss P D E C O L , which is a new c o m p u t e r software package for n u m e r i c a l l y solving coupled s y s t e m s of nonlinear partial differential equations ( P D E ' s ) in one space a n d one t i m e dimension. T h e p a c k a g e i m p l e m e n t s finite e l e m e n t collocation m e t h o d s b a s e d on piecewise polynomials for the spatial discretization techniques. T h e t i m e integration process is
ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (TOMS) – acm
Published: Sep 1, 1979
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