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Finding Zeros of Analytic Functions and Local Eigenvalue Analysis Using Contour Integral Method in Examples

2017
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Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
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A numerical method for computing zeros of analytic complex functions is presented. It relies on Cauchy's residue theorem and the method of Newton's identities, which translates the problem to finding zeros of a polynomial. In order to stabilize the numerical algorithm, formal orthogonal polynomials are employed. At the end the method is adapted to finding eigenvalues of a matrix pencil in a bounded domain in the complex plane. This work is based on a series of papers of Professor Sakurai and

doi:10.15598/aeee.v15i2.2252
fatcat:qx7jxb5zjfeetnwgznzhtnnj24