Recent progress in the use of geometric integration methods in micromagnetics and rigid body dynamics

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Recent progress in the use of geometric integration methods in micromagnetics and rigid body dynamics

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2001-06

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In this paper, we report further progress on our work on the use of Lie methods for integrating ordinary differential equations which evolve on manifolds. These algorithms better capture the qualitative behaviour of the trajectories since the numerical updates stay on the correct manifold. We study the effectiveness of higher order Lie methods in the context of rigid body dynamics, and for a problem in micromagnetics. This is work in progress.

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Lewis, Debra; Nigam, Nilima. (2001). Recent progress in the use of geometric integration methods in micromagnetics and rigid body dynamics. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/3655.

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