canning solution set of inequality system by a combined code

Kálovics, Ferenc
December 2012
Journal of Computation & Modeling;2012, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p149
Academic Journal
Numerical methods often reduce the solving of a complicated prob- lem to a set of elementary problems. In previous papers, the author reduced some problems of numerical analysis (e.g. the computation of integral value with error bound) to computing solution boxes of one in- equality. The paper contains a new algorithm for application of solution boxes of one inequality. This algorithm can be useful in itself and can be used as the base of other investigations. Nevertheless, the real worth of the paper is that the first completely automatic, effective code in the topic is given here by connecting a Maple 13 code and a Visual C++ 2008 code.


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