Constructing a family of optimal eighth-order modified Newton-type multiple-zero finders along with the dynamics behind their purely imaginary extraneous fixed points
Geum, Young Hee
Kim, Young Ik
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An optimal family of eighth-order multiple-zero finders and the dynamics behind their basins of attraction are proposed by considering modified Newton-type methods with multivariate weight functions. Extensive investigation of purely imaginary extraneous fixed points of the proposed iterative methods is carried out for the study of the dynamics associated with corresponding basins of attraction. Numerical experiments strongly support the underlying theory pursued in this paper. An exploration of the relevant dynamics of the proposed methods is presented along with illustrative basins of attraction for various polynomials.
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