EVENTS

TODAY

School Meeting

Location: L326 Auchmuty Library
Date: 11:00 am, Wed, 16th Apr 2014

TODAY

CARMA Colloquium

"Personal Protective Behaviour During an Epidemic "
Jennifer Badham

Location: V129 Mathematics Building
Date: 4:00 pm, Wed, 16th Apr 2014

TOMORROW

CARMA Discrete Mathematics Seminar

"The Oberwolfach Problem Re-Visited"
Prof Brian Alspach

Location: V129 Mathematics Building
Date: 4:00 pm, Thu, 17th Apr 2014

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HIGHLIGHTS

Selected paper from DocServer
Martha N. Limber, James H. Curry

ABSTRACT

It is shown that simple shooting and a standard iterative technique, e.g. Newton's method, applied to a regular elliptic Sturm-Liouville boundary value problem form a chaotic dynamical system. We then develop and apply an action-angle modification of the Prufer substitution based on a Hamiltonian formalism which, when applied to the transformed Sturm-Liouville system, eliminates the chaotic set and ensures convergence of the Newton iterates. A further generalization of the Prufer modified transformation leads to a class of higher order heuristic methods for integrating Sturm-Liouville equations.

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