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DMS Applied Mathematics Seminar
Time: Feb 12, 2019 (04:00 PM)
Location: Parker Hall 352

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Speaker: Professor Jialin Hong (Institute of Computational Mathematics and Scientific/Engineering Computing, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

Title: Stochastic Symplecticity and Ergodicity of Numerical Methods for Stochastic Nonlinear Schroedinger Equation

Abstract: In this talk we present a review on stochastic symplecticity (multi-symplecticity) and ergodicity of numerical methods for stochastic nonlinear Schroedinger (NLS) equation. The equation considered is charge conservative and has the multi-symplectic conservation law. Based on a stochastic version of variational principle, we show that the phase flow of the equation, considered as an evolution equation, preserves the symplectic structure of the phase space. We give some symplectic integrators and multi-symplectic methods for the equation. By constructing control system and invariant control set, it is proved that the symplectic integrator, based on the central difference scheme, possesses a unique invariant measure on the unit sphere. Furthermore, by using the midpoint scheme, we get a full discretization which possesses the discrete charge conservation law and the discrete multi-symplectic conservation law. Utilizing the Poisson equation corresponding to the finite dimensional approximation, the convergence error between the temporal average of the full discretization and the ergodic limit of the symplectic method is derived.

(In collaboration with Dr. Chuchu Chen, Dr. Xu Wang and Dr. Liying Zhang).





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