Vol.66, No.2, 2021, pp.1427-1444, doi:10.32604/cmc.2020.012610
An Iterative Scheme of Arbitrary Odd Order and Its Basins of Attraction for Nonlinear Systems
  • Obadah Said Solaiman, Ishak Hashim*
Department of Mathematical Sciences, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi Selangor, 43600, Malaysia
* Corresponding Author: Ishak Hashim. Email:
Received 06 July 2020; Accepted 02 August 2020; Issue published 26 November 2020
In this paper, we propose a fifth-order scheme for solving systems of nonlinear equations. The convergence analysis of the proposed technique is discussed. The proposed method is generalized and extended to be of any odd order of the form 2n − 1. The scheme is composed of three steps, of which the first two steps are based on the two-step Homeier’s method with cubic convergence, and the last is a Newton step with an appropriate approximation for the derivative. Every iteration of the presented method requires the evaluation of two functions, two Fréchet derivatives, and three matrix inversions. A comparison between the efficiency index and the computational efficiency index of the presented scheme with existing methods is performed. The basins of attraction of the proposed scheme illustrated and compared to other schemes of the same order. Different test problems including large systems of equations are considered to compare the performance of the proposed method according to other methods of the same order. As an application, we apply the new scheme to some real-life problems, including the mixed Hammerstein integral equation and Burgers’ equation. Comparisons and examples show that the presented method is efficient and comparable to the existing techniques of the same order.
System of nonlinear equations; root finding method; iterative method; order of convergence; Burgers’ equation
Cite This Article
O. S. Solaiman and I. Hashim, "An iterative scheme of arbitrary odd order and its basins of attraction for nonlinear systems," Computers, Materials & Continua, vol. 66, no.2, pp. 1427–1444, 2021.
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