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RKRepair Kit
RKRama Krishna
RKRadial Keratotomy
RKRaj Kapoor (Indian actor)
RKRelient K (band)
RKRilo Kiley (band)
RKRukometni Klub (Croatian: Handball Club)
RKRich Kid
RKReligious Knowledge
RKRöda Korset (Swedish Red Cross)
RKRandom Key (computing)
RKRoemisch Katholisch (German : Roman Catholic)
RKRedlich Kwong (Thermodynamic Equation)
RKRadial Keratectomy
RKKomi Republic (Russia)
RKReaction Kinetic
RKRechtschaffen and Kales (sleep analyzation)
RKRegistered Keeper (vehicle ownership)
RKRajni Kanth (actor)
RKRitter Kreuz (German: Knight's Cross)
RKRoger Kwok (Chinese actor)
RKUS Revenue Consular Service Fee (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
RKRadio Kaštela (Kaštela, Croatia)
RKRichmond Knights (band)
RKRynnäkkö Kivääri (Finnish: assault rifle)
RKRoad Kill
RKRobert Kelly (rapper)
RKRurouni Kenshin (anime)
RKRunge-Kutta (methods; higher mathematics)
RKRoadkill
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1), and we illustrate numerically that it gives more accurate results for long-time simulations than the Runge-Kutta weak secondorder method; see [11, Chapter 15.
In order to use fourth-order Runge-Kutta method [58-59] to solve numerically Equation (5) we must further discretize Equations (75) and (76), which can be denoted as
In Section 3, we define the initial value problem and discuss the Runge-Kutta Heun method of order 3.
A common Runge-Kutta routine could easily out-compute symbolic differential equation solvers in a head-to-head competition.
Solution for the Time-Independent Schrodingcr Equation Using the Runge-Kutta Method.
Using the Runge-Kutta method as employed by Griffith (ref.
A Runge-Kutta algorithm with adaptive step-size control was used to calculate the trajectories of protons and neutrons [7].
3) was integrated using a fourth-order Runge-Kutta method for the given sets of parameters.
Stability regions for Runge-Kutta and Adams Schemes
We have shown that collocation Runge-Kutta time-stepping schemes applied to a spatially semi-discretized linear parabolic evolution equation produce a solution that a priori depends continuously on the input data in a parabolic space-time norm, but its operator norm may be large, unless the parabolic CFL number is of order one.