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In many transport-chemistry models, a huge system of ODE's of the advection-diffusion-reaction type has to be integrated in time. Typically, this is done with the help of operator splitting. Operator splitting is attractive for complex large-scale transport-chemistry models because it allows to handle different processes separately in different parts of the computer program. Rosenbrock schemes combined with approximate matrix factorization (ROS-AMF) are an alternative to operator splittingdoi:10.1504/ijep.2004.005473 fatcat:yxacjc4xbbbp7mnpwsg33domv4