Parallel version of special perturbations orbit propagator
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Parallelization can be achieved by either control or domain decomposition. The latter was tried for analytic and semianalytic propagators. Neal and Coffey discuss the domain decomposition for special perturbations. The control decomposition idea is inefficient for analytic propagators, because the computation time is too short. In this report we discuss a control decomposition approach to parallelize a numerical orbit propagator which may be more computationally intensive.
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