Frank R. Hoog

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We describe a method for computing solutions of multi-point boundary value problems, where the polychotomic structure of the underlying solution space is specifically exploited. After the system is integrated in a multiple shooting way, the resulting linear system is solved by a special decoupling algorithm that takes into account the fact that the(More)
Previous analyses on bounds for the growth of solutions of BVP were dealing either with two point or multipoint conditions. For BVP where some of the two point boundary conditions are separated from the rest one could only give a cruder polychotomy result for a multipoint case as such. In this note we show that such a (decoupled) two point condition(More)
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