Energy Conservation with Non-Symplectic Methods: Examples and Counter-Examples
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Energy conservation of numerical integrators is well understood for symplectic one-step methods. This article provides new insight into energy conservation with non-symplectic methods. Sufficient conditions and counter-examples are presented.
KeywordsHamiltonian systems energy conservation backward error analysis symmetric and symplectic methods
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