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1. Let H(f ) = (v, t)) ≤ i R3 dv f (v)i log f (v)i . Then H(f (p) H(f (v, 0)) + k3 , where k3 is a function of T and f0 (v). Proof. 1, then for ﬁxed velocity v, UA (t) is the transition matrix for a discrete Markov system. Since any space-independent distribution is a ﬁxed point of UA (t), standard arguments [11] prove that H(UA (t)f0 (v)i ) is nonincreasing. Now the lemma follows from estimates in [6]. 2. Suppose i R3 dv f0 (v)i {1+v 2 +| log f0 (v)i |} < ∞, f (p) (v, t)i is a solution of the lattice equation with cutoﬀ p, and f (p) (v, 0)i = f0 (v)i .

Mat. Univ. Polit. Torino 56, 59–70 (1998). 15. G. Borgioli, V. Gerasimenko and G. Lauro, Many particle dynamical systems formulation for the discrete Enskog gas, Transport Theor. Stat. Phys. 25, 588– 592 (1996). 16. W. Greenberg and P. P. Agarwal and K. , New York, 2006, pp. 423–432. The High Performance Asymptotic Method in Numerical Simulation D. Konat´e Summary. Numerical simulation of complex phenomena involving large or multiples scales requires the use of methods that are highly precise and fast.

1. Assume q ui (x) = (x − xi )j vj (x). j! j=0 We have to prove that the coeﬃcients functions vj exist, are unique and that inequality (12) holds true. j! q! (13) The High Performance Asymptotic Method in Numerical Simulation and 2q b(x)ui (x) = k+j=0 k≤q; j≤q 37 (x − xi )k+j (k) b (xi )vj . j! j! (x − xi )q a(xi )vq . q! (14) and q b(x)ui (x) = k+j=0 k≤q; j≤q−1 (x − xi )k+j (k) (x − xi )q b (xi )vj + b(xi )vq . j! q! (15) The identiﬁcation of alike powers in (x − xi ) leads to the following system of ﬁrst order diﬀerential equations with constant coeﬃcients ⎧ (k + j)!