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02/26/11 11:51pm

I want to simultaneously solve a large system of equations numerically, but it's not important that I get every possible solution. If I start running NSolve, I see messages which imply that it's finding solutions (e.g. "Infinite solution set has dimension at least 1, ...") but it keeps going forever trying to find more solutions. Is there some way I can constrain where it looks for solutions, or how many solutions it finds, or get it to return the solutions as it gets them, without just writing my own root-finding algorithm from scratch?

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NSolve: restricting solutions Daniel 02/26/11 11:51pm
Re: NSolve: restricting solutions Isaac 02/28/11 10:18am
Re: Re: NSolve: restricting solutions Daniel 02/28/11 7:39pm
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