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C.R. Johnson, R.S. MacLeod, M.A. Matheson. Computational Medicine: Bioelectric Field Problems, In IEEE Computer, Vol. 26, No. 26, pp. 59--67. Oct, 1993.
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M. Berzins, R.M. Furzeland. An Adaptive Theta Method for the Solution of Stiff and Non-stiff Differential Equations, In Applied Numerical Mathematics, Vol. 9, pp. 1--19. 1992.
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This paper describes a new adaptive method that has been developed to give improved efficiency for solving
differential equations where the degree of stiffness varies during the course df the integration or is not known
beforehand. The method is a modification of the theta method, in which the new adaptive strategy is to
automatically select the value of theta and to switch between functional iteration and Newton iteration for the
solution of the nonlinear equations arising at each integration step. The criteria for selecting theta and for
switching are established by optimising the permissible step size.
The performance of the adaptive methods is demonstrated on a range of test problems including one arising
from the method of lines solution of a convectixr-dominated partial differential equation. In some cases the new
approach halves the amount of computational work.
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