International Journal of Differential Equations / 2015 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Implementation of TAGE Method Using Seikkala Derivatives Applied to Two-Point Fuzzy Boundary Value Problems

Table 1

Comparison of three parameters between GS, AGE, and TAGE methods at .

Methodsn
5121024204840968192

Problem Number of iterationsGS681711243192885487352948043799066551
AGE967473544381279808454967115883620
TAGE77377279463876061287961910383345
Execution timeGS48.94211.19989.915719.2032465.10
AGE8.0039.00202.001310.008125.00
TAGE7.0031.00141.00822.005342.00
Hausdorff distanceGS
AGE
TAGE

Problem Number of iterationsGS475487169232959308532036957368062962
AGE67638247434891667316150310997813
TAGE5349218724567145621220647505046
Execution timeGS35.27155.77764.094457.3126063.40
AGE6.0027.00141.00912.005676.00
TAGE5.0020.00107.00608.003887.00
Hausdorff distanceGS
AGE
TAGE