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Newton’s Method

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Introduction to Unconstrained Optimization with R

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Newton’s method was invented by Newton to solve the nonlinear one-dimensional problem. Later it was extended to solve multivariable nonlinear optimization problems. It is well known that the method of steepest descent uses only the first-order derivative (gradient).

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Mishra, S.K., Ram, B. (2019). Newton’s Method. In: Introduction to Unconstrained Optimization with R. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-0894-3_7

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