Structure-preserving numerical methods for stochastic Poisson systems

06/06/2020
by   Jialin Hong, et al.
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We propose a class of numerical integration methods for stochastic Poisson systems (SPSs) of arbitrary dimensions. Based on the Darboux-Lie theorem, we transform the SPSs to their canonical form, the generalized stochastic Hamiltonian systems (SHSs), via canonical coordinate transformations found by solving certain PDEs defined by the Poisson brackets of the SPSs. An a-generating function approach with α∈ [0,1] is then used to create symplectic discretizations of the SHSs, which are then transformed back by the inverse coordinate transformation to numerical integrators for the SPSs. These integrators are proved to preserve both the Poisson structure and the Casimir functions of the SPSs. Applications to a three-dimensional stochastic rigid body system and a three-dimensional stochastic Lotka-Volterra system show efficiency of the proposed methods.

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