A Runge-Kutta method for index 1 stochastic differential-algebraic equations with scalar noise
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The paper deals with the numerical treatment of stochastic differential-algebraic equations of index one with a scalar driving Wiener process. Therefore, a particularly customized stochastic Runge-Kutta method is introduced. Order conditions for convergence with order 1.0 in the mean-square sense are calculated and coefficients for some schemes are presented. The proposed schemes are stiffly accurate and applicable to nonlinear stochastic differential-algebraic equations. As an advantage they do not require the calculation of any pseudo-inverses or projectors. Further, the mean-square stability of the proposed schemes is analyzed and simulation results are presented bringing out their good performance.
KeywordsStochastic differential-algebraic equation Stochastic Runge-Kutta method Stiffly accurate Mean-square convergence Mean-square stability
Mathematics Subject Classification (2000)65C30 65L80 65L06 65L20
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