A short note on convergence near a high order zero
The behaviour of different iteration schemes, when used to find a high order zero, is studied from the point of view of function value reduction. It is found that the ratio between successive function values, for a given scheme, converges to a value for increasing order of the zero.
KeywordsComputational Mathematic Order Zero Short Note Iteration Scheme Successive Function
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