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Java example source code file (PegasusSolver.java)

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package org.apache.commons.math3.analysis.solvers;

 * Implements the <em>Pegasus method for root-finding (approximating
 * a zero of a univariate real function). It is a modified
 * {@link RegulaFalsiSolver <em>Regula Falsi} method.
 * <p>Like the Regula Falsi method, convergence is guaranteed by
 * maintaining a bracketed solution. The <em>Pegasus method however,
 * should converge much faster than the original <em>Regula Falsi
 * method. Furthermore, this implementation of the <em>Pegasus method
 * should not suffer from the same implementation issues as the <em>Regula
 * Falsi</em> method, which may fail to convergence in certain cases. Also,
 * the <em>Pegasus method should converge faster than the
 * {@link IllinoisSolver <em>Illinois} method, another Regula
 * Falsi</em>-based method.

* * <p>The Pegasus method assumes that the function is continuous, * but not necessarily smooth.</p> * * <p>Implementation based on the following article: M. Dowell and P. Jarratt, * <em>The "Pegasus" method for computing the root of an equation
, * BIT Numerical Mathematics, volume 12, number 4, pages 503-508, Springer, * 1972.</p> * * @since 3.0 */ public class PegasusSolver extends BaseSecantSolver { /** Construct a solver with default accuracy (1e-6). */ public PegasusSolver() { super(DEFAULT_ABSOLUTE_ACCURACY, Method.PEGASUS); } /** * Construct a solver. * * @param absoluteAccuracy Absolute accuracy. */ public PegasusSolver(final double absoluteAccuracy) { super(absoluteAccuracy, Method.PEGASUS); } /** * Construct a solver. * * @param relativeAccuracy Relative accuracy. * @param absoluteAccuracy Absolute accuracy. */ public PegasusSolver(final double relativeAccuracy, final double absoluteAccuracy) { super(relativeAccuracy, absoluteAccuracy, Method.PEGASUS); } /** * Construct a solver. * * @param relativeAccuracy Relative accuracy. * @param absoluteAccuracy Absolute accuracy. * @param functionValueAccuracy Maximum function value error. */ public PegasusSolver(final double relativeAccuracy, final double absoluteAccuracy, final double functionValueAccuracy) { super(relativeAccuracy, absoluteAccuracy, functionValueAccuracy, Method.PEGASUS); } }

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