International Journal of Differential Equations / 2015 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

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

Table 3

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

Methodsn
5121024204840968192

Problem Number of iterationsGS683007243711285694702956337399398298
AGE969053550761282378455998915925021
TAGE77499279944877567288430410408307
Execution timeGS49.25210.43988.935784.3632665.34
AGE9.0039.00203.001311.008152.00
TAGE6.0031.00141.00837.005397.00
Hausdorff distanceGS
AGE
TAGE

Problem Number of iterationsGS476410169601859456072042859268299033
AGE67751247888893496316884311027246
TAGE5357818756967273321263647520993
Execution timeGS35.40155.80757.384585.5126078.03
AGE6.0027.00141.00912.005696.00
TAGE5.0021.00107.00620.003900.00
Hausdorff distanceGS
AGE
TAGE