By Said S.E.H. Elnashaie, Frank Uhlig, Chadia Affane
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MATLAB programming is very simple and intuitive. Built-in MATLAB functions can be knitted into personal codes that perform particular tasks and can compute or plot most anything in engineering. 2) are small random numbers of magnitudes up to around ± 5 · 10−11. , every such algorithm will have an error of around 3% when trying to ﬁnd x∗ . Likewise for Newton iterations, the iteration process turns into a nonconverging random hit and miss exercise near x∗ = 2 as we shall see. The following experiments validate our assessment of troubles with Newton or bisection root ﬁnders for multiple roots.
30 to various other polynomials of your choice. Use polynomials of degrees less than 7 that have some multiple roots, as well as no multiple roots. What happens to the complex roots of a polynomial under fzero? 4. m on p. 30. 5. m on p. 30 to print out three columns of iterates with their iteration indices for all values of k. [Hint: the ﬁrst output column should contain the iterates indexed from 0 to k k k k 3 − 1, the second one those from 3 to 2 · 3 − 1 and the last from 2 · 3 to k, padded by blanks if needed.
The global error order of a numerical integrator measures the maximal error committed in all approximations of the true solution y(xi ) in the computed y values yi . Thus if we use a constant step of size h = 10−3 for example and the classical Runge-Kutta method for an IVP that has a suﬃciently often diﬀerentiable solution y, then our global error satisﬁes max |yi − y(xi )| ≤ K · h4 = K · (10−3 )4 = K · 10−12 for all intermediate points (xi , y(xi )), a problem speciﬁc constant K, and all i. For comparison, the Euler method has global error order O(hmax ).