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@Carl Love  thanks for the rep...

@Carl Love  thanks for the reply

@Carl Love can you explain why a co...

@Carl Love can you explain why a correction is needed if the forecast already has a high order of accuracy(fourth)?

Thanks

@Carl Love Thanks  ...

@Carl Love Thanks

@vv I understand you, but this solu...

I understand you, but this solution I get built-in team, and I need to get a solution by running

https://ru.scribd.com/document/225891603/The-Thomas-Algorithm-for-Tridiagonal-Matrix-Equations-pdf

I need to get a tridiagonal matrix somehow.

@dharr  the problem is, I don'...

the problem is, I don't know how to change

@Carl Love  the advantage of the M...

the advantage of the Milne method over the Runge-Kutta of the 4th order is a higher speed, which is provided by the fact that at one integration step for the Runge-Kutta of the 4th order it is necessary to perform the function of calculating the derivatives 4 times, and in the Milne method only 1 time.
In my implementation, the execution occurs 6 times, which ensures that the implementation will run at least 1.5 times slower than Runge-Kutta. Is there a way to fix this?

Doubts I have in this part of:

```if abs(d[i+1]) < eps then y[i]:=y[i]:
else y[i]:=s[i];
end if: end do;```

In theory, it is said that if the accuracy is not performed, it is necessary to reduce the step twice while it is necessary to find an intermediate reference point between the i-th and (i-1)-th.

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