The finite difference methods and its stability for glycolysis model in one dimension

Saad A. Manna, Rostam K. Saeed, Fadhil H. Easif

Abstract


The Glycolysis model has been solved numerically in one dimension by using two finite differences methods: explicit and Crank-Nicolson method and we were found that the explicit method is simpler while the Crank-Nicolson is more accurate. Also, we found that explicit method is conditionally stable while Crank-Nicolson method is unconditionally stable.

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Saad A. Manna, Rostam K. Saeed, Fadhil H. Easif, The finite difference methods and its stability for glycolysis model in one dimension, Journal of Mathematical and Computational Science, Vol 2, No 6 (2012), 1634-1645

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