EXPFIT4
EXPFIT4 - a Fortran program for the numerical solution of systems of nonlinear second-order initial-value problems. We present a FORTRAN program which solves the initial-value problem associated with nonstiff systems of the form y ” =f(x,y). The program is based on a family of exponential-fitted four-step methods. The presented code is particularly suited to solve second-order initial-value problems arising from physics.
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