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# About splitting and non-splitting schemes for conservation laws in 2-D

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## Abstract

In this paper we shall discuss some problems which may arise in the context of dimensional splitting for conservation laws. We shall study a directionally adapted scheme which has better stability properties at least for anisotropic scalar equations in 2-D. This algorithm can be generalized to the non-linear unsteady Euler equations in 2-D and can be used to reduce the system locally to a scalar equation in 2-D.

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