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Variable step size multiscale methods for stiff and highly oscillatory dynamical systems

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  • We present a new numerical multiscale integrator for stiff and highly oscillatory dynamical systems. The new algorithm can be seen as an improved version of the seamless Heterogeneous Multiscale Method by E, Ren, and Vanden-Eijnden and the method FLAVORS by Tao, Owhadi, and Marsden. It approximates slowly changing quantities in the solution with higher accuracy than these other methods while maintaining the same computational complexity. To achieve higher accuracy, it uses variable mesoscopic time steps which are determined by a special function satisfying moment and regularity conditions. Detailed analytical and numerical comparison between the different methods are given.
    Mathematics Subject Classification: 34E13, 65LXX, 37MXX.

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