Lubich. For this purpose, somenew theoretical tools such as tensorial divided diﬀerences, summation byparts with Runge-Kutta diﬀerences and a calculus for Runge-Kutta dis-cretizations of generalized convolution operators such as an associativityproperty will In Section 4.1 we introduced theKronecker products of matrices and their application to tensors of vectors. However we observe a better convergence rate for ρ= 0 as predictedby our theory, actually the rate coincides with the optimal convergence rate forsmooth and compatible problems with uniform time steps this contact form
For a function gwhich is deﬁned in the time interval [0, T ], we intro-duceg(n):= (g(tn,i))si=1 ∈Cs.The time step nis denoted as a superscript for vectors and matrices in ordernot to Numerical examples will illustrate the stable and efficient behavior of the resulting discretization.Do you want to read the rest of this article?Request full-text CitationsCitations0ReferencesReferences16An error analysis of Runge–Kutta convolution quadrature[Show abstract] Math. 9(3–5), 187–199 (1992).
Math. 112(4), 637–678 (2009) MathSciNetMATHCrossRef12. Then, it holds(I−zA)−1≤β0:= 2α0r0V−1∥V∥ ∀ z∈Cwith Re z≤r02.(40)Proof. (i) By using Re 1ζ= (Re ζ)/|ζ|2, we conclude that Ris analytic forall z∈Cwith Re z < r0. Thisallows to employ a summation-by-parts formula which allows to gain negativepowers of z(and hence a faster decay of the integrand for large z) on the expenseof increased smoothness requirements on the We will add more ﬂexibility in the discretization by replacingthe regularization parameter νby a parameter ρ∈N0.
This lack of regularity suggests to use a time grid which is algebraicallygraded towards the origin. The m-th time derivative of function uis denoted by ∂mtuand its evaluation at some time point tkis∂mtu(k):= dmudtm(tk).4 Further, we introduce 1= (1)si=1 and, for vectors v,w∈Cs, the bilinear (notsesquilinear!) formv·w:=sj=1vjwj.We SIAM J. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00211-011-0378-z Convolution Quadrature and Discretized Operational CalculusI.
Retarded Boundary Integral Equations on theSphere: Exact and Numerical Solution. Numer. Then there exists CR>0 such that |R(z)| ≤ CRfor all z∈Cwith Re z≤34r0. Then,lhs = α(m+1,k)nℓ=k+1v(ℓ)⊗ •·n+1ℓ=k+1C(ℓ)B(k+1)w(k+1) ⊗n+1ℓ=k+2w(j)=α(m+1,k)v(k+1) ·C(k+1)B(k+1) w(k+1)nℓ=k+2v(ℓ)⊗ •·n+1ℓ=k+2C(ℓ)n+1ℓ=k+2w(j)=kj=m+1v(j)·kj=m+1B(j)kj=m+1w(j)××v(k+1) ·C(k+1)B(k+1) w(k+1)××nℓ=k+2v(ℓ)⊗ •·n+1ℓ=k+2C(ℓ)n+1ℓ=k+2w(j)and this is the assertion.Theorem 28 (Associativity) Let a Runge-Kutta method be given which sat-isﬁes Assumption 4.
Springer-Verlag,Berlin, 2010. For a vector-valued function v∈Vs, we set∥v∥V:= max1≤i≤s∥vi∥Vif no confusion is possible.For a function w∈Cr([0, T ], V )and any interval τ⊂[0, T ], we set|w|Cr(τ,V ):= 1r!supt∈τ∥∂rw(t)∥Vand ∥w∥Cr(τ,V ):= max0≤ℓ≤r|v|Cℓ(τ,V Sauter and A. Let Band Ddenote some normed vector spaces andlet L(B, D) be the space of continuous, linear mappings.
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The class of problems under consideration is deﬁned asfollows. Anal., 45(1):37--53,2007. Let w:R≥0→Cbe a function which can be continuouslyextended to R<0by zero.
Since Ris a Pad´e approximation of the exponential function Theorem4.12 in  implies that the coeﬃcient matrix Ais diagonalizable and alleigenvalues di,1≤i≤s, have strictly positive real part. We setq(k+1) := e(k−m)⊗s⊗ • k×ℓ=mA−1∆ℓWw(m)×A−11(k−m)×.The left-hand side in (96) can be written in the formV∂ΘtW∂Θtw(n)=nk=0km=0ωn,k (0) ωk,m (0) e(n−k)⊗s⊗ •·n×ℓ=kA−1∆ℓVq(k+1) ⊗A−11(n−k)⊗Lem. 27=nm=0ωn,m (0)nk=me(n−m)⊗s⊗ •·· n×ℓ=kA−1∆ℓV◦ k×ℓ=mA−1∆ℓWw(m)⊗A−11(n−m)⊗.Next we apply the tensorial Taylor’s theorem gives us theestimate|R(x+ i y)| ≤ |R(i y)|+4CRr0x∀0≤x≤r0/2 and y∈R.Since A-stability implies |R(i y)| ≤ 1 we conclude that|R(z)| ≤ 1 + CRe z∀z∈Cwith 0 ≤Re z≤r0/2holds. Asin the proof of Lemma 14, we assume in more generality thatϕ(r)(0) = 0 ∀r= 0, . . . , ρ +m−1for some m≤q+ 1.To estimate the near ﬁeld component we
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