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Analog computers can be revived as a feasible technology platform for low
precision, energy efficient and fast computing. We justify this statement by
measuring the performance of a modern analog computer and comparing it with
that of traditional digital processors. General statements are made about the solution
of ordinary and partial differential...

Modern analog computers are ideally suited to solving large systems of ordinary differential equations at high speed with low energy consumtion and limited accuracy. In this article, we survey N-body physics, applied to a simple water model inspired by force fields which are popular in molecular dynamics. We demonstrate a setup which simulate a sin...

Analog computers perceive a revival as a feasible technology platform for low precision, energy efficient and fast computing. We quantify this statement by measuring the performance of a modern analog computer and comparing it with traditional digital processors. General statements are made about ordinary and partial differential equations. As an e...

ExaHyPE (“An Exascale Hyperbolic PDE Engine”) is a software engine for solving systems of first-order hyperbolic partial differential equations (PDEs). Hyperbolic PDEs are typically derived from the conservation laws of physics and are useful in a wide range of application areas. Applications powered by ExaHyPE can be run on a student’s laptop, but...

ExaHyPE ("An Exascale Hyperbolic PDE Engine") is a software engine for solving systems of first-order hyperbolic partial differential equations (PDEs). Hyperbolic PDEs are typically derived from the conservation laws of physics and are useful in a wide range of application areas. Applications powered by ExaHyPE can be run on a student's laptop, but...

ExaHyPE (``An Exascale Hyperbolic PDE Engine'') is a software engine for solving systems of first-order hyperbolic partial differential equations (PDEs). Hyperbolic PDEs are typically derived from the conservation laws of physics and are useful in a wide range of application areas. Applications powered by ExaHyPE can be run on a student's laptop, b...

In this paper we consider generalized uncertainty principle (GUP) effects in higher dimensional black hole spacetimes via a nonlocal gravity approach. We study three possible modifications of momentum space measure emerging from GUP, including the original Kempf-Mangano-Mann (KMM) proposal. By following the KMM model we derive a family of black hol...

We study the lifetimes of the remnant produced by the merger of two neutron stars and revisit the determination of the threshold mass to prompt collapse, M th . Using a fully general-relativistic numerical approach and a novel method for a rigorous determination of M th , we show that a nonlinear universal relation exists between the threshold mass...

We study the lifetimes of the remnant produced by the merger of two neutron stars and revisit the determination of the threshold mass to prompt collapse, $M_{\rm th}$. Using a fully general-relativistic numerical approach and a novel method for a rigorous determination of $M_{\rm th}$, we show that a nonlinear universal relation exists between the...

The generalized uncertainty principle (GUP) is a modification of standard quantum mechanics due to Planck scale effects. The GUP has recently been used to improve the short distance behaviour of classical black hole spacetimes by invoking nonlocal modifications of the gravity action. We present the problem of extending such a GUP scenario to higher...

We present a strongly hyperbolic first-order formulation of the Einstein equations based on the conformal and covariant Z4 system (CCZ4) with constraint-violation damping, which we refer to as FO-CCZ4. As CCZ4, this formulation combines the advantages of a conformal and traceless formulation, with the suppression of constraint violations given by t...

We present a new class of high-order accurate numerical algorithms for solving the equations of general-relativistic ideal magnetohydrodynamics in curved spacetimes. The governing partial differential equations are solved via a new family of fully-discrete and arbitrary high-order accurate path-conservative discontinuous Galerkin (DG) finite-elemen...

The generalized uncertainty principle (GUP) is a modification of standard quantum mechanics due to Planck scale effects. The GUP has recently been used to improve the short distance behaviour of classical black hole spacetimes by invoking nonlocal modifications of the gravity action. We present the problem of extending such a GUP scenario to higher...

We present the first results on the construction of an exascale hyperbolic PDE engine (ExaHyPE), a code for the next generation of supercomputers with the objective to evolve dynamical spacetimes of black holes, neutron stars and binaries. We solve a novel first order formulation of Einstein field equations in the conformal and constraint damping Z...

We present a strongly hyperbolic first-order formulation of the Einstein equations based on the conformal and covariant Z4 system (CCZ4) with constraint-violation damping, which we refer to as FO-CCZ4. As CCZ4, this formulation combines the advantages of a conformal and traceless formulation, with the suppression of constraint violations given by t...

The generalized uncertainty principle (GUP) is a modification of standard quantum mechanics due to Planck scale effects. The GUP has recently been used to improve the short distance behaviour of classical black hole spacetimes by invoking nonlocal modifications of the gravity action. We present the problem of extending such a GUP scenario to higher...

Recently a short scale modified black hole metric, known as holographic metric, has been proposed in order to capture the self-complete character of gravity. In this paper we show that such a metric can reproduce some geometric features expected from the quantum $N$-portrait beyond the semi-classical limit. We show that for a generic $N$ this corre...