2.0, April 2005)
The Fortran 77 code BiM is made up
following three files:
A compressed file
containing all of the above files is also available.
containing the core integrator,
containing auxiliary subroutines and functions,
containing various parameters.
In the following, we report some numerical results, on a suitable set
of stiff test problems taken from the Geneva Test Set and from the Test Set for
IVP Solvers, comparing the code BiM
with some of the best currently available codes: DASSL,
RADAU, and RADAU5.
All the numerical tests have been performed on an AMD Athlon64
3200+ personal computer (with 1 GByte of central memory) under Linux,
by using the Gnu Fortran 77 compiler (g77), Vs. 3.3.5, with the -O3
Any comment concerning the code is welcome:
please report them to either Luigi
Brugnano or Cecilia
Updated: October 21, 2005.