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58) where the fraction should be evaluated exactly in the given form in order to minimize rounding errors. ) We repeat the process by using Tn (2) instead of Sn to form yet another, even more accelerated sequence Tn , and proceed thus until it continues to make sense as far as the rounding errors are concerned. 10 (left) shows the comparison of convergence speeds for the unaccelerated (1) (2) (3) partial sums Sn and the accelerated sequences Tn , Tn , and Tn . Aitken’s method is optimally suited for acceleration of linearly convergent sequences, for which limn→∞ (Sn+1 − S)/(Sn − S) = a with −1 ≤ a < 1.
N + 1)! x ∈ [x0 , x]. In the last step we have used the mean value theorem : for any continuous function g on the interval [a, b] there exists a point a ≤ x ≤ b such that b g(x) dx = g x (b − a), a and g(x ) is the average value of g. If at x0 all derivatives of f exist and are finite, f can be expanded in the vicinity of x0 in an infinite series. This series converges on the interval (x0 − r, x0 + r) where r is the convergence radius of the series. 55). The extension of the Taylor series to the complex plane and inclusion of negative powers of the arguments is called the Laurent expansion: f (z) = ak (z − z0 )k , k∈Z ak = 1 2πi γ f (z) dz.
0∓ √ a0 4 h0 2 −h0 30 1 Basics of Numerical Analysis We use h0 / h0 = (log h0 ) , and obtain a0 (x) = 1 1 exp ∓ 1/4 2 [h0 (x)] x x h1 (t) dt . 43) for S(x, λ) contains only the term λ1 b0 λ0 = λb0 . 41). The point x , in which h0 has a simple zero, (h0 (x ) = 0, h0 (x ) = 0), is called the turning or transition point, since the physical character of the solution changes at this point. In the region where h0 > 0, the expressions written above yield two linearly independent oscillatory solutions ± zosc (x, λ) ≈ x 1 exp ±i λ [h0 (x)]1/4 h0 (t) dt ± x i 2 x x h1 (t) dt , √ h0 (t) while in the region with h0 < 0 we get exponentially increasing or decreasing solutions ± (x, λ) ≈ zexp 1 exp ±λ [|h0 (x)|]1/4 x h0 (t) dt ∓ x 1 2 x x h1 (t) dt .