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International Journal of Electronics and Electical Engineering

Abstract

In this paper, modification in the computational methods, for solving Non-linear Volterra integral equations, is presented. Here, two piecewise constant methods are considered for obtaining the solutions. The first method is based on Walsh Functions (WF) and the second method is via Block Pulse Functions (BPF). Comparison between the two methods is presented by calculating the errors vis-à-vis exact solution. Computational efficiency of BPF is established by profiling the computations for two examples with MATLAB 7.10 Profiler.

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