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Attractor Basins of Various Root-Finding Methods

Attractor Basins of Various Root-Finding Methods

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Published by Storming Media .
Written in English

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    Open LibraryOL11846969M
    ISBN 101423525418
    ISBN 109781423525417

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Basin attractors for various methods [17] B.D. Stewart, Attractor Basins of Various Root-Finding Methods, M.S. thesis, Naval Postgraduate School, Department of Applied Mathematics. Basin attractors for various methods for multiple roots Article in Applied Mathematics and Computation (9) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Attractor Basins of Various Root-Finding Methods book An attractor is a subset A of the phase space characterized by the following three conditions. A is forward invariant under f: if a is an element of A then so is f(t,a), for all t > 0.; There exists a neighborhood of A, called the basin of attraction for A and denoted B(A), which consists of all points b that "enter A in the limit t → ∞".

More formally, B(A) is the set of all points b in. There are very few optimal fourth order methods for solving nonlinear algebraic equations having roots of multiplicity a previous paper we have compared 5 such methods, two of which require the evaluation of the (m − 1) th root.

We have used the basin of attraction idea Cited by: Skip to main content. Try Prime All. There are very few optimal fourth order methods for solving nonlinear algebraic equations having roots of multiplicity we compare five such methods, two of which require the evaluation of the (m − 1)st methods are usually compared by evaluating the computational efficiency and the Cited by:   We use simple equations in order to compare the basins of attraction on the complex plane, corresponding to a large collection of numerical methods, of several order.

Two cases are considered, regarding the total number of the roots, which act as numerical attractors. For both cases we use the iterative schemes for performing a thorough and systematic classification of the nodes on the Cited by: 2.

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The first one is that each member of our scheme is derivative free and the second one is that the present scheme is capable of producing many new optimal family of eighth-order methods from every 4-order optimal derivative free scheme (available in the literature) whose first Cited by: 6.

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A number of computational experiments clearly support the underlying theory on the local convergence of the proposed methods. In addition, to investigate the relevant global convergence, we focus on the dynamics of the developed methods, as well as other known methods through the visual description of attraction basins.

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Wada basins and mille-feuille collision manifolds. These patterns are somewhat reminiscent of the classic Newton’s root-finding iterative formula fractals: several basins of attraction with a fractal border where pairs of basins encounter interleaved tiny parts of basins not member of the pair.

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For a single polynomial equation, root-finding algorithms can be used to find solutions to the equation (i.e., sets of values for the variables that satisfy the equation). However, systems of algebraic equations are more complicated; their study is one motivation for the field of algebraic geometry, a difficult branch of modern mathematics.Experimental and theoretical evidence shows that biological system processing behavior has nonlinear and chaotic properties.

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