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Interacting Approach

The Interacting Approach states that the uncertainty region (N-cube) is not approximated at each integration step. The variables are interacting for the whole simulation process. A drawback is the neglection of possible trajectories. The algorithm depends on the previous state conditions. If a different starting point is given the solution might be different.



Christoph Reich
1999-12-22