One of a series of studies applying invariant imbedding to new analytic and computational approaches to mathematical physics. This Memorandum shows that for a quite general class of transport processes involving particle-particle interaction, difference approximations exhibiting nonnegativity and boundedness in an immediate fashion can be obtained, and a uniform Lipschitz condition is preserved. (See also RM-3611, RM-3624.) 26 pp.
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