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DRAGON adopts a second-order Cranck-Nicholson scheme with Operator Splitting and time overrelaxation to solve the diffusion equation. This provides a fast solution that is accurate enough for the average user. Occasionally, users may want to have very accurate solutions to their problem. To enable this feature, users may get close to the accurate solution by using the fast method, and then switch to a more accurate solution scheme featuring the Alternating-Direction-Implicit (ADI) Cranck-Nicholson scheme.
The HERMES (High-Energy Radiative MESsengers) computational framework for line of sight integration creates sky maps in the HEALPix-compatibile format of various galactic radiative processes, including Faraday rotation, synchrotron and free-free radio emission, gamma-ray emission from pion-decay, bremsstrahlung and inverse-Compton. The code is written in C++ and provides numerous integrators, including dispersion measure, rotation measure, and Gamma-ray emissions from Dark Matter annihilation, among others.