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/* -*- mode: c++; tab-width: 4; indent-tabs-mode: nil; c-basic-offset: 4 -*- */

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/*! \file newton.hpp
    \brief Newton 1-D solver

#ifndef quantlib_solver1d_newton_h
#define quantlib_solver1d_newton_h

#include <ql/math/solvers1d/newtonsafe.hpp>

namespace QuantLib {

    //! %Newton 1-D solver
    /*! \note This solver requires that the passed function object
              implement a method <tt>Real derivative(Real)</tt>.

        \test the correctness of the returned values is tested by
              checking them against known good results.
00038     class Newton : public Solver1D<Newton> {
        template <class F>
        Real solveImpl(const F& f, Real xAccuracy) const {

            /* The implementation of the algorithm was inspired by
               Press, Teukolsky, Vetterling, and Flannery,
               "Numerical Recipes in C", 2nd edition,
               Cambridge University Press

            Real froot, dfroot, dx;

            froot = f(root_);
            dfroot = f.derivative(root_);
            QL_REQUIRE(dfroot != Null<Real>(),
                       "Newton requires function's derivative");

            while (evaluationNumber_<=maxEvaluations_) {
                root_ -= dx;
                // jumped out of brackets, switch to NewtonSafe
                if ((xMin_-root_)*(root_-xMax_) < 0.0) {
                    NewtonSafe s;
                    return s.solve(f, xAccuracy, root_+dx, xMin_, xMax_);
                if (std::fabs(dx) < xAccuracy)
                    return root_;
                froot = f(root_);
                dfroot = f.derivative(root_);

            QL_FAIL("maximum number of function evaluations ("
                    << maxEvaluations_ << ") exceeded");




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