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Proyecciones (Antofagasta) v.20 n.1 Antofagasta mayo 2001 



Universidad de Santiago, Santiago-Chile        


We study the dinamics of some numerical root finding methods such as the Newton, Halley, König and Schröder methods for three and four degree complex polynomials.


* Part of this work was supported by FONDECYT Grants #1970720 and #1961212, and DICYT Grant #9733 P.S.  



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Received : February 2001.

Sergio Plaza Salinas
Departamento de Matemáticas y Cs. de la Computación
Universidad de Santiago de Chile
Casilla 307
Correo 2

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