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“…LSM have been implemented for solving singularly perturbed two-point boundary value problems by Evrenosoglu and Somali. 24 Later on, Wu 25 successfully applied the LSM for solving partial differential equations by using Bézier control points. Recently, Hoshyar et al.…”

confidence: 99%

“…LSM have been implemented for solving singularly perturbed two-point boundary value problems by Evrenosoglu and Somali. 24 Later on, Wu 25 successfully applied the LSM for solving partial differential equations by using Bézier control points. Recently, Hoshyar et al.…”

confidence: 99%

“…LSM have been implemented for solving singularly perturbed two-point boundary value problems by Evrenosoglu and Somali. 24 Later on, Wu 25 successfully applied the LSM for solving partial differential equations by using Be´zier control points. Recently, Hoshyar et al 26 used the LSM to find the numerical solutions of porous fin in the presence of uniform magnetic field and unsteady motion of vertically falling spherical particles in non-Newtonian fluid.…”

confidence: 99%

“…The reduced nonlinear set of ODEs was solved by the least squares method. This method was successfully used by various authors in the past (Eason, 1976;Evrenosoglu and Somali, 2008;Wu, 2012;Hoshyar et al, 2016;Pourmehran et al, 2015;Rahimi-Gorji et al, 2015). A detailed comparison between outcomes obtained by the least squares method, RK-4 and already published work is available.…”

confidence: 99%

“…The Bezier curves are used in solving partial differential equations; besides, Wave and Heat equations are solved in Bezier form (see [22][23][24][25] ). Wu [26] presented the least squares method for solving partial differential equations on arbitrary polygon domain by the Bezier control points. Wu [26] used triangular Bezier patches of degree with continuity to approximate the exact solution of partial differential equations.…”

confidence: 99%

“…Wu [26] presented the least squares method for solving partial differential equations on arbitrary polygon domain by the Bezier control points. Wu [26] used triangular Bezier patches of degree with continuity to approximate the exact solution of partial differential equations. Bezier curves are used for solving dynamical systems (see [27]), also the Bezier control points method is used for solving delay differential equation (see [28]).…”

confidence: 99%