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Golden Section Search Method

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Authors: Autar Kaw, Ali Yalcin

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Transforming Numerical Methods Education for STEM Undergraduates

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- Choose an interval [a, b] over which the optima occurs
- Compute and

- If
- then the interval in which the maximum occurs is otherwise it occurs in

(a+b)/2

Figure 1 Equal interval search method.

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- The Equal Interval method is inefficient when is small.
- The Golden Section Search method divides the search more efficiently closing in on the optima in fewer iterations.

Figure 2. Golden Section Search method

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Determining the first intermediate point

Determining the second intermediate point

Golden Ratio=>

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- If then the new interval is
- If then the new interval is
- All that is left to do is to determine the location of the second intermediate point.

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The cross-sectional area A of a gutter with equal base and edge length of 2 is given by

Find the angle which maximizes the cross-sectional area of the gutter. Using an initial interval of find the solution after 2 iterations. Use an initial .

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The function to be maximized is

Iteration 1: Given the values for the boundaries of

we can calculate the initial intermediate points as follows:

X1=?

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To check the stopping criteria the difference between and is calculated to be

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Iteration 2

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The theoretically optimal solution to the problem happens at exactly 60 degrees which is 1.0472 radians and gives a maximum cross-sectional area of 5.1962.

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