A new algorithm for solving all the real roots of a nonlinear system of equations in a given feasible region
The initiation of iterations and the encounters of all of its solutions are two of the main problems that are derived from iterative methods. These are produced within feasible regions where the problem lies. This paper provides an algorithm to solve both for the general case of nonlinear systems of p unknowns and q equations. Furthermore, some examples of this algorithm implementation are also introduced.
KeywordsNonlinear systems Zeros Algorithms
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This work has been partially supported by MINECO grant no. MTM2014-51891-P, Fundación Séneca de la Región de Murcia grant no. 19219/PI/14, and FEDER OP2014-2020 of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain) grant no. GI20173946.
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