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The switch from Picard to Newton can be made after a specified reduction in convergence error has been achieved. 4 Noniterative Methods The Newton and Picard schemes preserve the order of accuracy of the time differenced equation (2). 5 in (2), the Picard or Newton linearized equation is second order accurate. tion and conipnting, SPcond order And R. Yates, Integrodifferential equations for systems of leaky aquifers and applications, 3, A numerical method ofunlimited applicability, Water Resour. 13(4), 725-732, 1977. 4. , E. Ledoux, A. Levassor, D. Poitrinal and A. Salem, Modeling of large multiaquifer systems: Theory and application, J. Hydrol. 36, 1-33, 1978. 5. Hennart, J. , R. Yates and I. Herrera, Extension ofthe integrodifferential approach to inhomogeneaus multiaquifer systems, Water Resour. Res. 17, 1044-1050, 1981. 6. Premchitt, J.
And R. Yates, Integrodifferential equations for systems of leaky aquifers and applications, 3, A numerical method ofunlimited applicability, Water Resour. 13(4), 725-732, 1977. 4. , E. Ledoux, A. Levassor, D. Poitrinal and A. Salem, Modeling of large multiaquifer systems: Theory and application, J. Hydrol. 36, 1-33, 1978. 5. Hennart, J. , R. Yates and I. Herrera, Extension ofthe integrodifferential approach to inhomogeneaus multiaquifer systems, Water Resour. Res. 17, 1044-1050, 1981. 6. Premchitt, J.