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Author Country (or Countries)

Turkey

Abstract

In this work, the matrix stability of the finite difference scheme based on Crank Nicolson method, for solving time-fractional heat equations, is investigated. An iterative formula is presented for the coefficient matrices of the error equations. Upper bounds for l2− norms of the coefficient matrices are obtained by a new method based on matrix diagonalization. A detailed numerical analysis, including tables figures and error comparisons, are given to demonstrate the theoretical results

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

http://dx.doi.org/10.18576/pfda/040205

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