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Geometric numerical integration of differential equations

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Geometric integration is the numerical integration of a differential equation, while preserving one or more of its geometric/physical properties exactly, i.e. to within round-off error. Many of these geometric properties are of crucial importance in physical applications: preservation of energy, momentum, angular momentum, phase-space volume, symmetries, time-reversal symmetry, symplectic structure and dissipation are examples. The field has tantalizing connections to dynamical systems, as well as to Lie groups. In this talk we first present a survey of geometric numerical integration methods for differential equations, and then exemplify this by discussing symplectic vs energy-preserving integrators for ODEs as well as for PDEs.

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