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`newton.ox`

is a basic implementation of Newton's method in the Ox programming language. The file `test.ox`

is an example showing how it is used. The algorithm checks for numerical errors, such as dividing by zero, that result in NaNs (not a number). To see what happens when a NaN occurs, run the program `test-nan.ox`

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market.ox | Small multi-agent model of a single market |

market.out | Output from running oxl on market.ox |

test-nan.ox | Defective version of market.ox illustrating handling of NaNs. |

test-nan.out | Output from test-nan.ox |

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URL: https://wilcoxen.maxwell.insightworks.com/pages/484.html

Peter J Wilcoxen, The Maxwell School, Syracuse University

Revised 02/24/2005