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### Finite differencing scheme for Hamilton's equation with planar linkages

I am trying to simulate the movement of a planar linkage in the plane whose position and momentum obey Hamilton's equations, which is to say that $${{dq}\over{dt}} = {{dH}\over{dp}}$$ and ...
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### Explicit probability conserving solvers for Pauli equation?

I know that there exist probability conserving explicit solvers for time-dependent SchrÃ¶dinger's equation, for example, Visscher's one. But when I tried to add spin into account in this scheme, it ...
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### Delta notation used for describing numerical stencil

While reading some papers translated from the Russian literature, I've noticed that a delta symbol can be used to denote a FDTD stencil that discretizes a PDE. For example, in [1], a fourth order ...
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### Splitting wave equation for application of CPML

A recent paper (Roden and Gedney, 2000) proposed the application of a Convolutional Perfectly Matched Layer (CPML) to approximate free-field conditions for Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) ...
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### Are there any known quantum algorithms that clearly fall outside a few narrow classes?

I'm trying to refresh myself on quantum algorithms and have been skimming Childs and van Dam's 2008 RMP paper among other things. From my preliminary surfing it looks like the known quantum algorithms ...
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### Application of coordinate-stretching transformation for Perfectly Matched Layer

A Perfectly Matched Layer (PML) is an absorbing boundary condition (ABC) which can be used to approximate free-field conditions for the numerical solution of wave equation problems. PML note The PML ...
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### Boundary conditions of wave equation near infinity

For the following wave equation $\frac{{\partial ^2 p}}{{\partial ^2 x}} + \frac{{\partial ^2 p}}{{\partial ^2 y}} = A\frac{{\partial ^2 p}}{{\partial ^2 t}} + B\frac{{\partial p}}{{\partial t}}$ ...
Hi, I'm studying an ODE with a small parameter $\epsilon$ and I'm trying to find the solution in terms of a zeroth-order term and a boundary layer. The zeroth-order term has a logarithmic behavior ...