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Solving Nonlinear Equations via Genetic Algorithms
 Proceedings of the 6th WSEAS Conference on Evolutionary Computing
"... Abstract: In this paper, a method for solving nonlinear equations via GA (Genetic Algorithms) is presented. The method is extended for systems of non – linear equations. The method is compared with a previous one in the literature and it is found that the present one is better. Directions for futu ..."
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Abstract: In this paper, a method for solving nonlinear equations via GA (Genetic Algorithms) is presented. The method is extended for systems of non – linear equations. The method is compared with a previous one in the literature and it is found that the present one is better. Directions
Why polyhedra matter in nonlinear equation solving
, 2003
"... We give an elementary introduction to some recent polyhedral techniques for understanding and solving systems of multivariate polynomial equations. We provide numerous concrete examples and illustrations, and assume no background in algebraic geometry or convex geometry. Highlights include the fol ..."
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We give an elementary introduction to some recent polyhedral techniques for understanding and solving systems of multivariate polynomial equations. We provide numerous concrete examples and illustrations, and assume no background in algebraic geometry or convex geometry. Highlights include
A nonlinear equation from photopolymerization kinetics
, 2006
"... In a medium where a photoreactive species produces N equally photoreactive radicals, by combining the LambertBeer law for the decay of light intensity, as a beam propagates into the medium, with the kinetic equation, one obtains a generalization of the Wegscheider equation from photobleaching theor ..."
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In a medium where a photoreactive species produces N equally photoreactive radicals, by combining the LambertBeer law for the decay of light intensity, as a beam propagates into the medium, with the kinetic equation, one obtains a generalization of the Wegscheider equation from photobleaching
A Weighted Simplex Procedure for the Solution of Simultaneous NonLinear Equations
, 1978
"... The Weighted Simplex procedure, a version of the secant algorithm, provides an alternative to the NewtonRaphson procedure in the solution of a set of nonlinear equations. The results of trials show that, given a sufficiently good initial approximation to a solution, the two procedures converge wit ..."
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The Weighted Simplex procedure, a version of the secant algorithm, provides an alternative to the NewtonRaphson procedure in the solution of a set of nonlinear equations. The results of trials show that, given a sufficiently good initial approximation to a solution, the two procedures converge
Solution of simultaneous nonlinear equations using genetic algorithms
 WSEAS Transactions on Systems
"... Abstract. The solution of Systems of Simultaneous NonLinear Equations (SNLE) remains a complex and as yet not closed problem. Although analytical methods to tackle such problems do exist, they are limited in scope and, in general, demand certain prior knowledge of the functions under study. In this ..."
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Abstract. The solution of Systems of Simultaneous NonLinear Equations (SNLE) remains a complex and as yet not closed problem. Although analytical methods to tackle such problems do exist, they are limited in scope and, in general, demand certain prior knowledge of the functions under study
Partial Inverse Heuristic for the Approximate Solution of NonLinear Equations
"... We show how to generate many fixpoint iterators of the form x i+1 = F (x i ) which could solve a given nonlinear equation. In particular, these iterators tend to have good global convergence, and we show examples whereby obscure solutions can be discovered. Also, a systematic method for finding m ..."
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We show how to generate many fixpoint iterators of the form x i+1 = F (x i ) which could solve a given nonlinear equation. In particular, these iterators tend to have good global convergence, and we show examples whereby obscure solutions can be discovered. Also, a systematic method for finding
BASED THREESTEP ITERATIVE METHODS FOR NONLINEAR EQUATIONS
"... Abstract. The recent paper [H. Ding, Y. Zhang, S. Wang, X. Yang, A note on some quadrature based threestep iterative methods for nonlinear equations, Appl. Math. Comput. 215(1): (2009) 53–57] shows that the Algorithm 2.2 and Algorithm 2.3 in the article [N.A. Mir, T. Zaman, Some quadrature based t ..."
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Abstract. The recent paper [H. Ding, Y. Zhang, S. Wang, X. Yang, A note on some quadrature based threestep iterative methods for nonlinear equations, Appl. Math. Comput. 215(1): (2009) 53–57] shows that the Algorithm 2.2 and Algorithm 2.3 in the article [N.A. Mir, T. Zaman, Some quadrature based
NONLINEAR EQUATION OF STATE,COSMIC ACCELERATION AND DECELERATION DURING
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"... Here, RSII model of branegravity is considered for phantom universe using nonlinear equation of state. Phantom fluid is known to violate the weak energy condition. In this paper, it is found that this characteristic of phantom energy is affected drastically by the negative branetension λ of the ..."
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Here, RSII model of branegravity is considered for phantom universe using nonlinear equation of state. Phantom fluid is known to violate the weak energy condition. In this paper, it is found that this characteristic of phantom energy is affected drastically by the negative branetension λ
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