iterative method


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iterative method

[′īd·ə‚rād·iv ′meth·əd]
(mathematics)
Any process of successive approximation used in such problems as numerical solution of algebraic equations, differential equations, or the interpolation of the values of a function. Also known as iteration.
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This example of the engineering design process provides a tangible example of how identified problems can be solved through an iterative method.
In this paper, we have presented a family of fourth order iterative method and another family of sixth order iterative method without memory based on power mean using weight functions.
The Cooper's iterative method is used to calculate the optimal coordinates for distribution warehouse allocation so that the city which is the closest to that coordinates becomes a good place for allocating a distribution warehouse.
The MOMP focuses on reducing the computation complexity, while in this section we propose an iterative method with adaptive sliding window to improve the accuracy of MOMP further, especially for time-variant fast fading channels.
In [17] a mixed generalized iterative method to compute the solution of the nonlinear problem (2.
As far as the convergence of an rth order iterative method is concerned, it affirms that the correctness or precision to calculate the existing estimation Eq.
From a global perspective ie preconditioning and effective solving, we consider that a preconditioner is good only if it improves the convergence of the iterative method sufficiently to overcome the extra cost of applying it.
Formulations to overcome the divergence of iterative method of fixed-point in nonlinear equations solution
1), the norm of the (pseudo)residual associated to the purely iterative method lies around the threshold [parallel]e[parallel] (i.
Using numerical iterative method [3, 4] for achieving desired precision direct and inverse kinematic tasks are solved in several iterations.
An iterative method will produce a sequence [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] of approximations of [alpha], starting with one or more initial values (x.
Nineteenth-century math tactic gets makeover, speeds answers 200 times A relic from long before the age of supercomputers, the 169-year-old math strategy called the Jacobi iterative method may get a new lease on life.

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