Classes implementing algorithms for finding the roots of a one-dimensional function.

Various implementations exist in MathCore and MathMore The user interacts with a proxy class ROOT::Math::RootFinder which creates behing the chosen algorithms which are implemented using the ROOT::Math::IRootFinderMethod interface

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class | ROOT::Math::Roots::Bisection |

Roots::Bisection Bisection algorithm, simplest algorithm for bracketing the roots of a function, but slowest one. More... | |

class | ROOT::Math::Roots::Brent |

Brent-Dekker algorithm which combines an interpolation strategy with the bisection algorithm See the GSL manual for more information. More... | |

class | ROOT::Math::BrentRootFinder |

Class for finding the root of a one dimensional function using the Brent algorithm. More... | |

class | ROOT::Math::Roots::FalsePos |

False Position algorithm based on linear interpolation. More... | |

class | ROOT::Math::GSLRootFdFSolver |

Root-Finder with derivatives implementation class using GSL. More... | |

class | ROOT::Math::GSLRootFinder |

Base class for GSL Root-Finding algorithms for one dimensional functions which do not use function derivatives. More... | |

class | ROOT::Math::GSLRootFinderDeriv |

Base class for GSL Root-Finding algorithms for one dimensional functions which use function derivatives. More... | |

class | ROOT::Math::GSLRootFSolver |

Root-Finder implementation class using GSL. More... | |

class | ROOT::Math::IRootFinderMethod |

Interface for finding function roots of one-dimensional functions. More... | |

class | ROOT::Math::Roots::Newton |

a Newton algorithm, which computes the derivative at each iteration See the GSL manual for more information More... | |

class | ROOT::Math::RootFinder |

User Class to find the Root of one dimensional functions. More... | |

class | ROOT::Math::Roots::Secant |

Secant algorithm, simplified version of Newton method, which does not require the derivative at every step. More... | |

class | ROOT::Math::Roots::Steffenson |

Steffenson method, providing the fastes convergence. More... | |