Moreover, the numerical treatment of hyperbolic conservations laws involves many different fields from mathematics, physics, and computer science. As a consequence, this thesis also provides contributions to several different fields of research - which are still connected by numerical conservation laws, however. These contributions include, but are not limited to, the construction of stable high order quadrature rules for experimental data, the development of new stable numerical methods for conservation laws, and the investigation and design of shock capturing procedures as a means to stabilize high order numerical methods in the presence of (shock) discontinuities.
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