Volume 8, Issue 3
Symplectic Collocation Schemes for Hamiltonian Systems

Zhi-yun Xie

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J. Comp. Math., 8 (1990), pp. 252-260

Published online: 1990-08

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The symplectic collocation schemes, which are based on the framework established by Feng Kang[1], are propsed ofr numerical solution of Hamiltonian systems. The sufficient and necessary conditions for various collocation schemes to be symplectic are obatined. Some examples of symplectic collocation bshemes are also given.

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Zhi-yun Xie. (1970). Symplectic Collocation Schemes for Hamiltonian Systems. Journal of Computational Mathematics. 8 (3). 252-260. doi:
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