Global error control in implicit parallel peer methods / G. Yu. Kulikov; R. Weiner
BeiträgerKulikov, G. Yu. ; Weiner, R.
ErschienenHalle : Inst. für Mathematik, 2008 ; Halle, Saale : Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Sachsen-Anhalt, 2008 ; Göttingen : Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, 2008
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Recently Schmitt Weiner and Erdmann proposed an efficient family of numerical methods termed Implicit Parallel Peer (IPP) methods. They are a subclass of s-stage general linear methods of order s - 1. Most importantly all stage values of those methods possess the same properties in terms of stability and accuracy of numerical integration. This property results in the fact that no order reduction occurs when they are applied to very stiff differential equations. The special construction of IPP methods allows for a parallel implementation which is advantageous in modern highperformance computations. In this paper we add one more useful functionality to IPP methods i.e. an automatic global error control. We show that the global error estimation developed by Kulikov and Shindin in multistep formulas is suitable for the methods of Schmitt Weiner and Erdmann. Moreover that global error estimation can be done in parallel. An algorithm of efficient stepsize selection is also discussed here.