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By George Boole

ISBN-10: 1148211837

ISBN-13: 9781148211831

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48) goes by the saying that there is first a “drift” (uniform motion on half the subinterval [tn , tn+1 ]), then a “kick” is applied, and finally there is another uniform motion on the second half. 28). 49) reduces, after elimination of p, to the familiar scheme qn+1 − 2qn + qn−1 = h2 f (qn ). 53) called, respectively, the position and velocity Verlet methods. 3 Geometric properties of the St¨ ormer–Verlet method In addition to symplecticity when applied to Hamiltonian systems, the St¨ ormer–Verlet method (in all of its variants) preserves many other geometric properties of the exact flow associated with the differential system.

In addition to the construction of new numerical algorithms, an important aspect of geometric integration is the explanation of the relationship between preservation of the geometric properties of a numerical method and the observed favorable error propagation in long-time integration. This is the subject of Chapter 5, where the idea of backward error analysis is elaborated in detail. As an application, we will also analyze methods based on polynomial extrapolation applied to low order schemes with respect to the preservation of geometric properties.

Notice that for the problem at hand ∇q (∇q V T ∇q V ) = −4q/r6 , and so the additional computational cost due to the inclusion of this term is relatively small. 6. 5. It is worth remarking that the trapezoidal rule behaves with respect to the error as a symplectic method, since it is conjugate to symplectic. 7 we show the results obtained (in double logarithmic scale) when e = 0, in other words, when a circular trajectory is considered. Now the error in energy drops to round off for the trapezoidal method,2 whereas the error in phase space is only slightly smaller than that corresponding to the St¨ ormer–Verlet method S2 .

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