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In this paper there is developed and tested a parallel scheme for the solution of linear systems of ordinary initial value problems based on the box scheme and a modified recursive doubling technique. The box scheme may be replaced by any stable integrator. The algorithm can be modified to solve boundary value problems. Software for both problems is… (More)

- C. P. KATTI
- 1998

—-A parallel algorithm for the class of two-point boundary value problems y" = f(z, y), y(0) = A, y(1) = B with ~ > 0 and ~ continuous on [0,1] x (—oo,oc) is presented. Using an idea similar to that in [1], we divide [0,1] into p different divisions, each division consisting of N or (N+1) (N small) unequal intervals. A high-order finite difference scheme… (More)

Information and communication technology has been growing rapidly for the last few decades. In today's age of information and globalization massive computing power is desired to generate business insights and competitive advantage [1]. Cloud Computing is an emerging technology and has attracted a lot of attention in both commercial and academic spheres. It… (More)

ABSRACT In this paper, we have analyzed the effect of node mobility on theperformance of AOMDV multipath routing protocol. This routing protocol in ad hoc network has been analyzed with random way point mobility model only. This is not sufficient to evaluate the behavior of a routing protocol. Therefore, in this paper, we have considered Random waypoint,… (More)

Digital revolution led to shift from the industrial age to ICT age. Cloud computing is one of the important innovation of the digital revolution. It is a new paradigm for hosting and delivering services using standard protocols of the Internet. It also provides the capability to utilize scalable, distributed computing environments within the confines of… (More)

- Vinay Kumar, C P Katti
- 2014

— The objective of this paper is two folds, first to derive a new series of third order methods for solving non-linear equation f(x)=0 involving third, fourth and fifth derivatives of f and secondly to compare the existing methods (for the solution of f(x)=0) having various derivatives of f by calculating their time estimates on different examples. It is… (More)