Multiscale methods for dynamical systems

Bjorn Engquist
University of Texas at Austin

The heterogeneous multiscale method is a framework that can be used to design and analyze numerical methods for stiff ordinary differential equations with highly oscillatory solutions. We will discuss the difficulty of finding macro-scale variables and new techniques for avoiding this difficulty. We will compare with related methods as, for example, with FLAVORS.

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