# Continuous Volterra-Runge-Kutta methods for integral equations with pure delay

@article{Baddour1993ContinuousVM, title={Continuous Volterra-Runge-Kutta methods for integral equations with pure delay}, author={Natalie Baddour and Hermann Brunner}, journal={Computing}, year={1993}, volume={50}, pages={213-227} }

- Published 1993 in Computing
DOI:10.1007/BF02243812

In the following we give an analysis of the local superconvergence properties of piecewise polynomial collocation methods and related continuous Runge-Kutta-type methods for Volterra integral equations with constant delay. We show in particular that (in contrast to delay differential equations) collocation at the Gauss points does not lead to higher-order convergence and thusm-stage Gauss-Runge-Kutta methods for delay Volterra equations do not possess the orderp=2m. Diese Arbeit befaßt sich mit… CONTINUE READING

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