Vasylyk V. B.
Ukr. Mat. Zh. - 2016. - 68, № 12. - pp. 1587-1597
We consider a problem for the first-order differential equation with unbounded operator coefficient in Banach space and a nonlinear integral nonlocal condition. An exponentially convergent method for the numerical solution of this problem is proposed and justified under assumption that the indicated operator coefficient A is strongly positive and certain existence and uniqueness conditions are satisfied. This method is based on the reduction of the posed problem to an abstract Hammerstein equation, discretization of this equation by the collocation method, and its subsequent solution by the fixed-point iteration method. Each iteration of the method involves the Sinc-based numerical evaluation of the exponential operator function represented by the Dunford – Cauchy integral over the hyperbola enveloping the spectrum of A. The integral part of the nonlocal condition is approximated by using the Clenshaw – Curtis quadrature formula.
Exponentially Convergent Method for the First-Order Differential Equation in a Banach Space with Integral Nonlocal Condition
Ukr. Mat. Zh. - 2014. - 66, № 8. - pp. 1029–1040
For the first-order differential equation with unbounded operator coefficient in a Banach space, we study the nonlocal problem with integral condition. An exponentially convergent algorithm for the numerical solution of this problem is proposed and justified under the assumption that the operator coefficient A is strongly positive and certain existence and uniqueness conditions are satisfied. The algorithm is based on the representations of operator functions via the Dunford–Cauchy integral along a hyperbola covering the spectrum of A and the quadrature formula containing a small number of resolvents. The efficiency of the proposed algorithm is illustrated by several examples.