The purpose of this work consists in reformulating the coefficients of some exponentially-fitted (EF) methods with the aim of avoiding numerical cancellations and loss of precision. Usually the coefficients of an EF method are expressed in terms of ν= ωh, where ω is the frequency and h is the step size. Often, these coefficients exhibit a 0/0 indeterminate form when ν→ 0. To avoid this feature we will use two sets of functions, called C and S, which have been introduced by Ixaru in[61]. We show that the reformulation of the coefficients in terms of these functions leads to a complete removal of the indeterminacy and thus the convergence of the corresponding EF method is restored. Numerical results will be shown to highlight these properties.

User-Friendly Expressions of the Coefficients of Some Exponentially Fitted Methods

D'Ambrosio R.;
2020

Abstract

The purpose of this work consists in reformulating the coefficients of some exponentially-fitted (EF) methods with the aim of avoiding numerical cancellations and loss of precision. Usually the coefficients of an EF method are expressed in terms of ν= ωh, where ω is the frequency and h is the step size. Often, these coefficients exhibit a 0/0 indeterminate form when ν→ 0. To avoid this feature we will use two sets of functions, called C and S, which have been introduced by Ixaru in[61]. We show that the reformulation of the coefficients in terms of these functions leads to a complete removal of the indeterminacy and thus the convergence of the corresponding EF method is restored. Numerical results will be shown to highlight these properties.
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