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Letter to the editor. Novel finite-differencing techniques for numerical relativity: application to black hole excision

Letter to the editor. Novel finite-differencing techniques for numerical relativity: application to black hole excision
Letter to the editor. Novel finite-differencing techniques for numerical relativity: application to black hole excision
We use rigorous techniques from numerical analysis of hyperbolic equations in bounded domains to construct stable finite-difference schemes for Numerical Relativity, in particular for their use in black hole excision. As an application, we present 3D simulations of a scalar field propagating in a Schwarzschild black hole background.
L245-L252
Calabrese, Gioel
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Lehner, Luis
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Neilsen, David
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Pullin, Jorge
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Reula, Oscar
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Sarbach, Olivier
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Tiglio, Manuel
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Calabrese, Gioel
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Lehner, Luis
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Neilsen, David
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Pullin, Jorge
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Reula, Oscar
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Sarbach, Olivier
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Calabrese, Gioel, Lehner, Luis, Neilsen, David, Pullin, Jorge, Reula, Oscar, Sarbach, Olivier and Tiglio, Manuel (2003) Letter to the editor. Novel finite-differencing techniques for numerical relativity: application to black hole excision. Classical and Quantum Gravity, 20, L245-L252. (doi:10.1088/0264-9381/20/20/102).

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We use rigorous techniques from numerical analysis of hyperbolic equations in bounded domains to construct stable finite-difference schemes for Numerical Relativity, in particular for their use in black hole excision. As an application, we present 3D simulations of a scalar field propagating in a Schwarzschild black hole background.

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Published date: 2003

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Local EPrints ID: 40857
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/40857
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Date deposited: 11 Jul 2006
Last modified: 08 Jan 2022 09:59

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Author: Gioel Calabrese
Author: Luis Lehner
Author: David Neilsen
Author: Jorge Pullin
Author: Oscar Reula
Author: Olivier Sarbach
Author: Manuel Tiglio

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