FW: Solving Nonlinear Equations

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• Subject: [mg80548] FW: [mg80515] Solving Nonlinear Equations
• From: "Biyana, D. (Dugmore)" <DugmoreB at Nedbank.co.za>
• Date: Sun, 26 Aug 2007 02:56:31 -0400 (EDT)

``` Let me fill the missing gaps on my question:
m1= Sum[w[[i]]S[[i]]Exp[(r-delta[[i]]),{i,Length[S]}];
m2=
Sum[w[[i]]w[[j]]S[[i]]S[[j]]Exp[(2r-delta[[i]]-delta[[j]]+rho[[i,j]]sig[[i]]
sig[j]])T,{i,Length[S]},{j,Length[S]}];
m3=
Sum[w[[i]]w[[j]]w[[k]]S[[i]]S[[j]]S[[k]]Exp[(3r-delta[[i]]-d[[j]]-delta[[k]]
+rho[[i,j]]sig[[i]]sig[j]]+rho[[i,k]]sig[[i]]sig[k]]+rho[[j,k]]sig[[j]]sig[k
]])T,{i,Length[S]},{j,Length[S]},{k,Length[S]}];
m4=
Sum[w[[i]]w[[j]]w[[k]]w[[l]]S[[i]]S[[j]]S[[k]]S[[l]]Exp[(4r-delta[[i]]-d[[j]
]-delta[[k]]-delta[[l]]+rho[[i,j]]sig[[i]]sig[j]]+rho[[i,k]]sig[[i]]sig[k]]+
rho[[j,k]]sig[[j]]sig[k]]+rho[[i,l]]sig[[i]]sig[l]]+rho[[j,l]]sig[[j]]sig[l]
]+rho[[k,l]]sig[[k]]sig[l]])T,{i,Length[S]},{j,Length[S]},{k,Length[S]},{l,L
ength[S]}];
With
r=0.063;T=1;S=Table[1,{i,7}];w={0.1,0.15,0.15,0.1,0.05,0.2,0.25};delta={0.01
69,0.0136,0.0239,0.0362,0.0192,0.0081,0.0166};sig={0.1155,0.1453,0.2068,0.14
62,0.1799,0.1559,0.1568};rho={{1,0.35,0.1,0.27,0.04,0.17,0.71},{0.35,1.,0.39
,0.27,0.5,-0.08,0.15},{0.1,0.39,1.,0.53,0.7,-0.23,0.9},{0.27,0.27,0.53,1.,0.
46,-0.22,0.32},{0.04,0.5,0.7,0.46,1.,-0.29,0.13},{0.17,-0.08,-0.23,-0.22,-0.
29,1.,-0.03},{0.71,0.15,0.09,0.32,0.13,-0.03,1.}};
FindRoot[{m1==c-d*Exp[1/(2*b^2)]*Sinh[a/b],
> m2==c^2+(c^2/2)(Exp[2/b^2]Cosh[2a/b]-1)-2c*d*Exp[1/(2b^2)]*Sinh[a/b],
>
m3==c^3-3*c^3*d*Exp[1/(2b^2)]*Sinh[a/b],+3*c(d^2/2))*(Exp[2/b^2]Cosh[2a/b]-1
> )+(d^3/4)(3*Exp[1/(2b^2)]Sinh[a/b]-Exp[9/(2b^2)]Sinh[3a/b]),
>
m4==c^4-4(c^3)d*Exp[1/(2b^2)]*Sinh[a/b]+3(c*d)^2))*(Exp[2/b^2]Cosh[2a/b]-1)+
>
(d^3/4)+c*d^3(3*Exp[1/(2b^2)]Sinh[a/b]-Exp[9/(2b^2)]Sinh[3a/b])+(d^4/8)(Exp[
> 8/(b^2)]*Cosh
> [4a/b]-4*Exp[2/(b^2)]Cosh[2a/b]),{{a,-1.},{b,1.},{c,1.},{d,0.05}}] gives
{a->12.1929,b->9.05339,c->0.33727,d->0.393214}. I know that these are
coorrect roots because the results of the underlying problem tally with what
I expect. I must emphasise that the initial values of a, b, c, and d were a
product of trial and error. However, when I change inputs to
T=5;r=0;S={100,100,100,100};w={0.25,0.25,0.25,0.25};delta={0,0,0,0};sig={0.4
,0.4,0.4,
0.4};rho={{1.0,0.5,0.5,0.5},{0.5,1.0,0.5,0.5},{0.5,0.5,1.0,0.5},{0.5,0.5,0.5
,1.0}} I just can't seem be "lucky" to hit the jackpot initial values. My
main point is how do I get input initial values without relying on trial and
error, or what is the alternative approach?
P.S. (I'm aware about the potential confusion that C, and D are likely to
cause on the system as global variables, I apologise for not using the
actual variables used)

Regards

MD Biyana

-----Original Message-----
From: DrMajorBob [mailto:drmajorbob at bigfoot.com]
Sent: 24 August 2007 09:46 AM
To: Biyana, D. (Dugmore); mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
Subject: [mg80548] Re: [mg80515] Solving Nonlinear Equations

That's not a legal syntax (mismatched brackets, etc.), and if it were, you
didn't give the initial values or the values of m1, m2, m3, and m4, so...
what can we do?

In addition, C and D are system-defined symbols. FindRoot probably uses D to
take derivatives, so you're just asking for trouble with variable names like
that. I never, never, EVER start one of my own variables with a capital;
that makes it obvious whose symbol it is.

Bobby

On Fri, 24 Aug 2007 00:56:16 -0500, Biyana, D. (Dugmore)
<DugmoreB at Nedbank.co.za> wrote:

>
> I'm using Mathematica V6.0.1 and I have a system of 4 nonlinear equations
> which I'm trying to solve using FindRoot:
> FindRoot[{m1==C-D*Exp[1/(2*B^2)]*Sinh[A/B],
> m2==C^2+(D^2/2)(Exp[2/B^2]Cosh[2A/B]-1)-2C*D*Exp[1/(2B^2)]*Sinh[A/B],
>
m3==C^3-3*C^3*D*Exp[1/(2B^2)]*Sinh[A/B],+3*C(D^2/2))*(Exp[2/B^2]Cosh[2A/B]-1
> )+(D^3/4)(3*Exp[1/(2B^2)]Sinh[A/B]-Exp[9/(2B^2)]Sinh[3A/B]),
>
m4==C^4-4(C^3)D*Exp[1/(2B^2)]*Sinh[A/B]+3(C*D)^2))*(Exp[2/B^2]Cosh[2A/B]-1)+
>
(D^3/4)+C*D^3(3*Exp[1/(2B^2)]Sinh[A/B]-Exp[9/(2B^2)]Sinh[3A/B])+(D^4/8)(Exp[
> 8/(B^2)]*Cosh
>
[4A/B]-4*Exp[2/(B^2)]Cosh[2A/B]),{{A,initA},{B,initB},{C,initC},{D,initD}}]
> I get the message " FindRoot::cvmit : Failed to converge to the requested
> accuracy..." which I suspect is a result of initial values of A, B,C,
> and D.
> What trick can one use to get accepatble initial values?
> MD Biyana
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