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|Durney, Carl H.
|A computer graphics method for solving transcendental equations
|There are a number of ways to determine the values of x which satisfy the equation F(x)=0. (The case of interest here is that in which F i s a complex function of the complex variable x.) One way is to search for values of x which make Real (F(x)) and Imaginary (F(x)) both zero at the same time where the search is based on sign changes in both quantities. There is a problem in that a sign change occurs across a pole as well as a zero.
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|Durney, C. H. (1970). A computer graphics method for solving transcendental equations. 1-11. UTEC-CSc-70-109.
|University of Utah Computer Science Technical Report
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