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functions in rkutta.i  b
bs_integrate

y= bs_integrate(derivative, y1, x, epsilon, dx1)
BulirschStoer integrator, otherwise identical to rk_integrate
routine. All of the options for rk_integrate work here as well.
Based on odeint from Numerical Recipes (Press, et.al.).
If the function you are trying to integrate is not very
smooth, or your X values are closely spaced, rk_integrate
will probably work better than bs_integrate.
interpreted function, defined at i/rkutta.i line 252

SEE ALSO:

bstoer,
rk_integrate,
rk_maxits,
rk_minstep,
rk_maxstep,
rk_ngood,
rk_nbad,
rkdumb,
rk4

bstoer

y1= bstoer(derivative, y0,x0, x1,epsilon, dx0)
BulirschStoer integrator, otherwise identical to rkutta routine.
All of the options for rkutta (rk_nstore, etc.) work here as well.
If the function you are trying to integrate is not very
smooth, rkutta will probably work better than bstoer.
interpreted function, defined at i/rkutta.i line 274

SEE ALSO:

rkutta,
rk_nstore,
rk_maxits,
rk_minstep,
rk_maxstep,
rk_ngood,
rk_nbad

