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Finite Difference Schemes of One Variable
Finite difference formulas are generated for a specified number of equally spaced nodes, a derivative node, and the order of the derivative.
The terms
,
,
denotes the function values
,
,
, and so on;
is the distance between two nodes.
Contributed by:
Mikhail Dimitrov Mikhailov
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The classical Taylor series method is used. For details see the textbook:
P. Moin,
Fundamentals of Engineering Numerical Analysis
, New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
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Central Difference
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Newton's Forward Difference Formula
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Newton's Backward Difference Formula
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Gauss's Forward Formula
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Gauss's Backward Formula
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