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Energy estimates: proving stability for evolving surface PDEs and geometric flows

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GCS - Geometry, compatibility and structure preservation in computational differential equations

In this talk we will give some details on the main steps and ideas behind energy estimates used to prove stability of backward difference semi- and full discretisations of parabolic evolving surface problems, or geometric flows (e.g. mean curvature flow). We will give details on how the G-stability result of Dahlquist and the multiplier techniques of Nevanlinna and Odeh will be used.




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