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## IJMTT - Optimal Fourth-Order Iterative Methods for Solving Nonlinear Equations

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Academic Press, New York, This page intentionally left blank Chapter 5 Topological Degree Computation In this chapter we address the problem of computing topological de- gree of Lipschitz functions. From the knowledge of the topological degree one may ascertain whether there exists a zero of a function inside the domain, a knowledge that is practically and theoretically worthwile.

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The system has the only solution at 0, 0, 0, 0 which is not an attraction point. To demonstrate the effect of supplying analytic system Jacobian on the solution accuracy, we define the system Jacobian in array D1:G4 as shown in Table 3.

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The new solution shown in Table 4 shows evident improvement in reduced errors for this problem. The system has a solution at 1, 10, 1, 5, 4, 3.

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We define the system equations in A1:A6 using X1:X6 as variables with a value of 1 for initial guess as shown in Table 1. Note that the inequalities formulas are listed after the equality formula as required by the solver.

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Default is 0. This parameter can be very influential for difficult problems. If you encounter convergence difficulties try smaller or even larger values for Factor. Error Controls. Jacobian Approximation. For an order 1 function it is approximately 1. Remarks The default value generally produces accurate approximations; however relaxing the default value may aid convergence on some problems with unknown Jacobian such as parameterized problems.

Output Format. The allocated output array size must have at least as many cells as the number of variables, n.