zero_muller

zero_muller, an Octave code which seeks a root of a nonlinear equation using Muller's method, with complex arithmetic.

Licensing:

The information on this web page is distributed under the MIT license.

Languages:

zero_muller is available in a Fortran90 version and a MATLAB version and an Octave version.

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Reference:

1. Gisela Engeln-Muellges, Frank Uhlig,
Numerical Algorithms with C,
Springer, 1996,
ISBN: 3-540-60530-4,
LC: QA297.E56213.

Source Code:

Last revised on 26 March 2024.