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E. for any t = τ1 , t = τ2 Φτ1 ,H ◦ Φτ2 ,H = Φτ2 ,H ◦ Φτ1 ,H = Φτ1 +τ2 ,H . The ﬂow map Φ0,H at t = 0 is the identity map (abbreviated id). Every ﬂow map evidently has an inverse in the family, since Φ−t,H ◦ Φt,H = Φ0,H = id. 4 Some additional technical assumptions have to be made [7, 8].
4 RUNGE–KUTTA METHODS A FOURTH-ORDER RUNGE–KUTTA 23 METHOD (RK-4) Z1 = z n , 1 Z2 = z n + ∆tf (Z1 ), 2 1 Z3 = z n + ∆tf (Z2 ), 2 Z4 = z n + ∆tf (Z3 ), ∆t [f (Z1 ) + 2f (Z2 ) + 2f (Z3 ) + f (Z4 )] . 11) as deﬁning a function z n+1 = Ψ∆t (z n ). We take the diﬀerence of this function with the solution z(∆t; z n ) through z n , then expand this diﬀerence in a Taylor series about ∆t = 0. After some simpliﬁcation, it will be found that the constant through fourthorder terms of this expansion in powers of ∆t vanish identically, and we are left with z n+1 − z(∆t; z n ) = C5 (z n )∆t 5 + O(∆t 6 ), where the coeﬃcient function C5 (z) depends on the vector ﬁeld f and its derivatives.
We can easily extend this discussion to a 2N-dimensional linear system of diﬀerential equations of the form d q = v, dt d v = −Kq. 23) We assume that K is an N × N constant symmetric matrix. ) The behavior of solutions to a linear system such as this one over time is determined by the eigenvalue–eigenvector structure of the matrix K. 6 STABILITY AND EIGENVALUES 31 an eigenvalue–eigenvector pair for a symmetric N × N matrix K consists of a (real) scalar λ and a nonzero N-vector v , related by the equation Kv = λv .