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What it takes to catch a wave packet

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GCS - Geometry, compatibility and structure preservation in computational differential equations

Wave packets describe the quantum vibrations of a molecule. They are highly oscillatory,
highly localized and move in high dimensional configuration spaces. The talk addresses
three meshless numerical methods for catching them: single Gaussian beams,
superpositions of them, and the so-called linearized initial value representation.

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