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Taylorseries method

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장석민

- What is Taylor seriesmethod
- Main Topic 1
- Main Topic 2
- Future work

Problem 1

Result 1

How to solve problem 1

Summary 1

Problem 2

Result 2

How to solve problem 2

Summary 2

WhatisTaylorseries?

The Taylor series of a real or complex-valued functionƒ(x) that is infinitely differentiable at a real or complex number ais the power series which can be written in the more compact sigma notation as

When a = 0, the series is also called a Maclaurin series

WhatisTaylorseries?

Taylor seriesis a representation of a function as an infinite sum of terms that are calculated from the values of the function's derivative at a single point.

Example

WhatisTaylorseries method?

Euler’s method

Tangent linelocal approximation

Taylor series

Higher degree better approximation

Taylortool in matlab

Taylor polynomial of degree 1 (Euler’s M)

Taylor polynomial of degree 2

Compute the Taylor polynomials of degree 4 for the solutions to the given initial value problems. Use these Taylor polynomials to approximate the solution at x = 1.

Problem(1) has error that can’t be ignored

Problem(2) has large error

Integrating factor

Problem (1)

: Increase the degree of Taylor polynomial

Error : 0.247498 Error : 0.000298

Problem (2)

Can not be solve the problem by increasing degree…..

Problem (2)

Euler’s method can decrease the error

When mesh size = 0.1,

y(1) = 2.094317

errer = 0.050841

x=0;

y=4;

for i=1:100

yp=y*(2-y);

y1=y+0.1*yp;

y=y1;

x=x+0.01;

end

syms x y

f=dsolve('Dy=x-2*y', 'y(0)=1', 'x')

p=taylor(f,5,x)

f = x/2 + 5/(4*exp(2*x)) - ¼

p = (5*x^4)/6 - (5*x^3)/3 + (5*x^2)/2 - 2*x + 1

Taylor series method can find approximation

But it need higher degree

and some points in some function can not

enable to get approximation

Compare the use of Euler’s method with that of Taylor series to approximate the solution (x) to the initial value problem

Do this by completing the following table:

x=0;

y=0;

for i=1:10 for i=1:100

slope=-y+cos(x)-sin(x);

y1=y+0.1*slope; y1=y+0.3*slope;

y=y1;

x=x+0.1; x=x+0.3;

end

Step size = 1

Step size = 3

Step size = 1

Step size = 3

Taylor polynomial

Degree 2

Taylor polynomial

Degree 5

y=cos(x)-exp(-x)

y=cos(x)-exp(-x)

Taylor polynomial of degree 2 with step size 0.1

Taylor polynomial of degree 2 with step size 1

Degree: 2

Degree: 5

x=0;

y=0;

step=0.1;

for i=1:10

slope=-y+cos(x)-sin(x);

slope2=-2*cos(x)+y;

slope3=cos(x)+sin(x)-y;

slope4=y;

slope5=-y+cos(x)-sin(x);

y1=y+step*slope

+(step)^2/2*slope2

+(step)^3/(3*2*1)*slope3

+(step)^4/(4*3*2*2)*slope4

+(step)^5/(5*4*3*2*1)*slope5;

y=y1;

x=x+step;

end

x=0;

y=0;

step=0.1;

for i=1:10

slope=-y+cos(x)-sin(x);

slope2=-2*cos(x)+y;

y1=y+step*slope+

(step)^2/2*slope2;

y=y1;

x=x+step;

end

Integrating factor

Good approximation

In same method

- Step size : small

In same step size

- Taylor Method is better than Euler’s Method

- Taylor polynomial of higher degree is better

than Taylor polynomial of lower degree

But Taylor polynomial of higher degree

needs many calculation

How can we get approximation

fast and accurate

with simple code(calculation)?

Runge-Kutta