Finite-difference approximations to singular Sturm-Liouville eigenvalue problems
Abstract: A modification of the central-difference method is given which greatly improves the convergence when applied to a certain class of singular eigenvalue problems, including the Klein-Gordon equation. The singularity given special treatment is at the finite end.
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