Hopf algebra techniques to handle dynamical systems and numerical integrators

@article{Murua2016HopfAT,
  title={Hopf algebra techniques to handle dynamical systems and numerical integrators},
  author={A. Murua and Jes{\'u}s Mar{\'i}a Sanz-Serna},
  journal={arXiv: Dynamical Systems},
  year={2016}
}
In a series of papers the present authors and their coworkers have developed a family of algebraic techniques to solve a number of problems in the theory of discrete or continuous dynamical systems and to analyze numerical integrators. Given a specific problem, those techniques construct an abstract, {\em universal} version of it which is solved algebraically; then, the results are tranferred to the original problem with the help of a suitable morphism. In earlier contributions, the abstract… Expand
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