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Dear Zaak, I can confirm, the issue was due to my broken docker installation
┌╼ stefano@zaghi(10:55 AM Mon Mar 27) ├───╼ ~ 32 files, 6.3Mb └──────╼ docker pull zbeekman/nightly-gcc-trunk-docker-image Using default tag: latest latest: Pulling from zbeekman/nightly-gcc-trunk-docker-image 5f2c9defd8b5: Pull complete 676f34be0213: Pull complete eecb0076700b: Pull complete 8c856ba4f4c6: Pull complete 97f9497af1ef: Pull complete Digest: sha256:7869ca6419b3f554392f72cc1cd0b90449dbe374b6bbb9cd80cb91e76e4d3960 Status: Downloaded newer image for zbeekman/nightly-gcc-trunk-docker-image:latest ╼ stefano@zaghi(10:56 AM Mon Mar 27) ├───╼ ~ 32 files, 6.3Mb └──────╼ docker images REPOSITORY TAG IMAGE ID CREATED SIZE zbeekman/nightly-gcc-trunk-docker-image latest 614b0749b3db 2 hours ago 579 MB hello-world latest 48b5124b2768 2 months ago 1.84 kB
Hi @/all ,
there is anyone here that is expert (or at least who has already used) multi-step ODE integrator with variable time step-size? Maybe @jacobwilliams with DDEABM or other libraries? I searched for good references on sciencedirect, but after an hour I did not find anything really interesting?
In particular, I am interested on Strong Stability Preserving multi-step Runge-Kutta solvers to achieve an ODE solver of at least 8th formal order of accuracy that preserves stability features to deal with discontinuous solutions. However, in the literature it seems that such a scheme has been developed for only fixed time step (probably because the varying time step was juiced to be too costly). Before spent my time to (re)compute the linear-multi-step coefficients I like to know if some of you can point me to good references.
My best regards.