Abstract: In this paper, we developed an efficient Haar Wavelet Collocation Method (HWCM) for solving typical Ordinary Differential Equations (ODE). In particular, it is shown that the computed results of HWCM are superior to Finite Element Method (FEM) as compared with the exact solution. The present study is illustrated by exploring different kinds of Typical Ordinary Differential Equations that shows the pertinent features of the Haar wavelet collocation method.
Keywords: Finite Element Method, Haar wavelet Collocation method, singular value Problems, Non-linear ODE
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