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Lawson schemes for highly oscillatory stochastic differential equations and conservation of invariants

by   Kristian Debrabant, et al.

In this paper, we consider a class of stochastic midpoint and trapezoidal Lawson schemes for the numerical discretization of highly oscillatory stochastic differential equations. These Lawson schemes incorporate both the linear drift and diffusion terms in the exponential operator. We prove that the midpoint Lawson schemes preserve quadratic invariants and discuss this property as well for the trapezoidal Lawson scheme. Numerical experiments demonstrate that the integration error for highly oscillatory problems is smaller than the one of some standard methods.


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