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Re: [Orekit Users] Field propagators


I'm almost ready to start using Orekit's Taylor algebra methods. For the past
few months I have put together a brief list of references related to field
propagation. Please see below. If you have a hard time finding them please let
me know and I'll send you the PDFs.

If someone else in the group has additional documentation, would you please
let us know?

Thank you and best regards,

Berz, M. "From Taylor series to Taylor models," Beam stability and nonlinear
dynamics. Vol. 405, Santa Barbara, CA, 1997, pp. 1-23

Wittig, A., Lizia, P. d., and Armellin, R. "From Particle Accelerators to
Celestial Dynamics: An Introduction to Differential Algebra." 2014

Bignon, E., Mercier, P., Azzopardi, V., and Pinede, R. "Accurate numerical
orbit propagation using Polynomial Algebra Computational Engine PACE," 25th
International Symposium on Space Flight Dynamics ISSFD. Muenchen, Germany,

Wittig, A., Di Lizia, P., Armellin, R., Makino, K., Bernelli-Zazzera, F., and
Berz, M. "Propagation of large uncertainty sets in orbital dynamics by
automatic domain splitting," Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy Vol.
122, No. 3, 2015, pp. 239-261