A-stable Runge-Kutta processes by Chipman F.H.

By Chipman F.H.

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For a foreign subprogram, the algorithm performed is implementation defined. The execution of a subprogram body is invoked by a subprogram call. For this execution, after establishing the association between the formal and actual parameters, the sequence of statements of the body is executed if the subprogram is not a foreign subprogram; otherwise, an implementation-defined action occurs. Upon completion of the body or implementation-dependent action, return is made to the caller (and any necessary copying back of formal to actual parameters occurs).

The possible values for a given index are all the values that belong to the corresponding range; this range of values is called the index range. An unconstrained array definition defines an array type and a name denoting that type. For each object that has the array type, the number of indices, the type and position of each index, and the subtype of the elements are as in the type definition. The index subtype for a given index position is, by definition, the subtype denoted by the type mark of the corresponding index subtype definition.

At each parameter position, the base type denoted by the type mark of the signature is the same as the base type of the corresponding formal parameter of the subprogram. — If the reserved word return is present, the subprogram is a function and the base type of the type mark following the reserved word in the signature is the same as the base type of the return type of the function, or the reserved word return is absent and the subprogram is a procedure. 1. Copyright © 1999 IEEE. All rights reserved.

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