hw6 - K ’s and check that u i 1 can be written as the...

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Math 128a, fall 2011, Chorin, theory homework 5, due the week of Oct. 17. 1. Solve (analytically) the following initial initial value problems for i > 1: (i) u i +1 - u i + 0 . 25 u i - 1 = 0 ,u 0 = 1 ,u 1 = 1. (ii) u i +1 + u i - 1 = 0 ,u 0 = 1 ,u 1 = - 1 . 2. Which of the following difference schemes have only solutions that are bounded for all i,h such that ih = x , where x is a fixed positive number: (i) u i +1 + u i - 1 = hu i , (ii) u i +1 - 2 u i + u i - 1 = 0 . 3. Which of the following sequences remain bounded as i → ∞ while ih = x , with x constant: (i) u i = ( . 9) i , (ii) u i = (1 + h ) i , (iii) u i = (1 + h ) i . 4. Consider the standard fourth-order RK method. Apply it to solving the the equation y 0 = ay,y (0) = 1. calculate (analytically) the various
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Unformatted text preview: K ’s, and check that u i +1 can be written as the beginning of a Taylor series for y i +1 around x i . Deduce the order of accuracy of the scheme in this case from this calculation. 5. Consider a difference scheme of the form a 1 u i +1 + a u i + a-1 u i-1 + a-2 u i-2 = hf ( x i ,u i ), which is a consistent approximation of y = f ( x,y ) ( a 1 ,a ,a i-1 , etc. are constants). Consider the polynomial P ( r ) = a 1 r i +1 + a r i + a-1 r i-1 + a-2 r i-2 . This polynomial always has r = 1 as a root. Explain why. 1...
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