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This paper reports on several extensions of that work. First, a summary of the problem is given in section 2 [3,4,13]. The gravitational field is completely described by one function q on an initial null hypersurface. The calculation proceeds in two stages: firstly within the hypersurface, and then q is evolved to the next null hypersurface. Bishop: Some aspects of the characteristic initial value problem 21 In sections 3 and 4 the accuracy and evolution stability of the code are investigated in a formal way, firstly for the Schwarzschild solution and then for a constructed solution.

L + O(r 2 )). This means that the r, 0 and

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