Question: Midpoint Method using for solving Ordinary differential equation with MAPLE

February 22 2014 sarra 195
Maple

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Dear all;

 

Thanks ifor looking and help me in my work. Your remarks are welcome.Description:
 This routine uses the midpoint method to approximate the solution of
     the differential equation $y'=f(x,y)$ with the initial condition $y = y[0]$
     at $x = a$ and recursion starting value $y = y[1]$ at $x = a+h$.  The values
     are returned in $y[n]$, the value of $y$ evaluated at $x = a + nh$.       
                                                                          
Arguments:     
\begin{itemize}
\item  $f$  the integrand, a function of a two variables
                
                \item $y[]$ On input $y[0]$ is the initial value of $y$ at $x = a$, and $y[1]$
                is the value of $y$ at $x = a + h$,
                \item on output for $i \geqslant 2$
             $$ y[i] = y[i-2] + 2h f(x[i],y[i]); \quad \quad x[i] = a + i h.$$
             \end{itemize}

 
CODE USING MAPLE

 Midpoint-Method=proc(f,a,b, N)

h:=(b-a)/N;
x[0]:=a;
y[0]:=1:

 for n from 2 to N do
    x[n] := a+n*h;
    y[n+1] = y[n-1] +  2h f( x[n], y[n] );
od:
// Generate the sequence of approximations for the Improved Euler method
data_midpoint := [seq([x[n],y[n]],n=0..N)]:
//write the function;
F:=(t,y)-> value of function ;

//Generate plot which is not displayed but instead stored under the name out_fig for example
out_fig := plot(data_midpoint,style=point,color=blue)

 

Your remarks.

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