AN EXTENSION OF PARAMETER CONTINUATION METHOD FOR SOLVING PERTURBED SYSTEMS OF NONLINEAR EQUATIONS
Keywords:Parameter continuation method, Perturbed systems of nonlinear equations, Approximate solutio
In this paper, we propose an extension of parameter continuation method for solving perturbed systems of nonlinear equations. The existence and uniqueness of the solution will be investigated. We also discuss error analysis of the method. The validity and applicability of the method is verified by an example.
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