The two dimensional algorithm has been implemented in Maple and run on some inputs including
for itemize Figures 4.1-4.2 plot the curves and for these examples. The solutions being sought are the intersection points of these curves.
The operations of the two dimensional Zeros and Narrow procedures are represented graphically in Figures 5.1-5.2. Most rectangles represent regions of the -plane eliminated by steps in either Zeros or Narrow. Only the very smallest rectangles represent regions that have not been eliminated and these surround the solutions we seek.
Finally, Figures 6.1-6.2 are closeups for selected solutions of these two systems which picture the trajectories of approximate solutions computed by two dimensional versions of the Locate and Newton procedures. The Newton iteration formulas for example (1) are
and these lead to solution (x,y)=(2.8331478920493421425, 2.8331478920493421425) as shown in Figure 6.1.
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