The Error Analysis of An Upwind Difference Approximation for a Singularly Perturbed Problem
Authors: Jiming Yang
An upwind difference approximation is used for a singularly perturbed problem in material science. Based on the discrete Green-s function theory, the error estimate in maximum norm is achieved, which is first-order uniformly convergent with respect to the perturbation parameter. The numerical experimental result is verified the valid of the theoretical analysis.
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