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Setting now (nh)(t Uh(t + a ) + T I l +a ) , ün = h ) ( t ) , Uh(t and using the corresponding consistency conditions, we get once again by Taylor expansion O N E N C E HE Y A h ISCRETIZATION { t n IME AND SPACE { t { n h h HAP. ll { t 3= n+ + r / Ki^)Ah(t,Uh(t([lh(t)d (111. + dh(t+a) + T ( t ) , "i^r-{V-h{tdt, where and K are bounded Peano kernels. 31) it is clear that the difference to the approach in [95] consists in the terms related to the spatial truncation error only. 26) and RhUo- Repeating literally the proofs of Theorem 5.

19), we have at t with time step rn = (t = $(* (t + T ) . The asymptotic behaviour of the local error for an order described by (IV. method can be U * K i + 0 ) , Assuming appropriate temporal regularity of the mapping the coefficient vector (£) is a smooth function of t. (IV. 4), 32 COMPUTATIONAL ERRO The global error be seen to satisfy un ( t ) IMATION CHAP. at the forward time level (* (*) + (*) . 3) Consequently, this error is the sum of the local error and the difference of the actual Rosenbrock step $(u„) and the hypothetical step $(«(£„)) taken from the exact solution u{tn).

1) is not computable directly, but there are dif ferent ways to estimate it. 4). For stiff ODEs a comparison of these techniques involving various Rosenbrock methods was published in [79] It turned out that for low tolerances embedding yields satisfactory results while Richardson extrapolation becomes superior at more stringent tolerances. 1% are usually required. Thus, an error estimation based on embedding should be a good choice here. A pair of embedded Rosenbrock methods consists of two different methods.

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