[ roo ng-uh-koo t-ah ]
/ ˈrʊŋ əˈkʊt ɑ /
a numerical method, involving successive approximations, used to solve differential equations.
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Origin of Runge-Kutta method
1925–30; named after Carl D. T. Runge (1856–1927) and W. Kutta (1867–1944), German mathematicians
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