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2nd Order Forward More generally, the nth-order forward, backward, and central differences are respectively given by: Note that the central difference will, for odd n, have h multiplied by non-integers. This is often a problem because it amounts to changing the interval of discretization. The problem may be remedied taking the average of δn[f](x − h / 2) and δn[f](x + h / 2). The relationship of these higher-order differences with the respective derivatives is very straightforward: Higher-order differences can also be used to construct better approximations.
Multiple shooting A direct multiple shooting method partitions the interval [ta, tb] by introducing additional grid points . The method starts by guessing somehow the values of y at all grid points tk with 0 ≤ k ≤ N − 1. Denote these guesses by yk. Let y(t; tk, yk) denote the solution emanating from the kth grid point, that is, the solution of the initial value problem All these solutions can be pieced together to form a continuous trajectory if the values y match at the grid points. Thus, solutions of the boundary value problem correspond to solutions of the following system of N equations: The central N−2 equations are the matching conditions, and the first and last equations are the conditions y(ta) = ya and y(tb) = yb from the boundary value problem.
For a graph with a finite number of edges and verticies, this definition is identical to that of the Laplacian matrix. That is, φ can be written as a column vector; and so Δφ is the product of the column vector and the Laplacian matrix, while (Δφ)(v) is just the v'th entry of the product vector. If the graph has weighted edges, that is, a weighting function the definition can be generalized to where γwv is the weight value on the edge is given, then . Closely related to the discrete Laplacian is the averaging operator: Approximations of the continuous Laplacian Approximations of the Laplacian, obtained by the finite difference method or by the finite element method can also be called Discrete Laplacians.