A biparametric extension of King’s fourth-order methods and their dynamics
Geum, Young Hee
Kim, Young Ik
Magreñán, Á. Alberto (UNIR)
Tipo de Ítem:Articulo Revista Indexada
A class of two-point quartic-order simple-zero finders and their dynamics are investigated in this paper by extending King’s fourth-order family of methods. With the introduction of an error corrector having a weight function dependent on a function-to-function ratio, higher-order convergence is obtained. Through a variety of test equations, numerical experiments strongly support the theory developed in this paper. In addition, relevant dynamics of the proposed methods is successfully explored for a prototype quadratic polynomial as well as parameter spaces and dynamical planes.
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