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Topic: Adaptive Runge-Kutta integrators
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Re: Adaptive Runge-Kutta integrators
Posted: May 7, 2011 10:15 PM
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I've used software with 4-5 RK (I think MatLab) and back in the 1980s I
used one that I seem to recall claimed to be 6-7 (MLab, now
WHen I mentioned 6-7 in a 1987 Merrill Lynch interview I was dismissed by na
EE PhD who claimed it did not exist.

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