Fixed Point Theory And Applications PDF, ePub eBook
Fixed Point Theory And Applications
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Fixed point theory and applications is a peer reviewed open access journal published under the brand springeropen fixed point theorems give the conditions under which maps single or multivalued have solutions. In computer sciences combinatory logic a fixed point combinator or fixpoint combinator is a higher order function fix that for any function f that has an attractive fixed point returns a fixed point x of that function. In computing a fixed point number representation is a real data type for a number that has a fixed number of digits after and sometimes also before the radix point after the decimal point in english decimal notation. I just cant understand fixed point and floating point numbers due to hard to read definitions about them all over google but none that i have read provide a simple enough explanation of what they. I think you simply dont have a situation in which the iterative algorithm is applicable see here for some conditions your function doesnt have an attractive fixed point near 15 and the algorithm diverges
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