International Journal of Differential Equations / 2015 / Article / Tab 5

Research Article

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

Table 5

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

Methodsn
5121024204840968192

Problem Number of iterationsGS683426243878485761622959014499505380
AGE969563552821283208456332015938400
TAGE77538280098878054288581210416768
Execution timeGS49.45210.66809.535758.6732519.13
AGE9.0039.00202.001313.008221.00
TAGE7.0031.00141.00817.005383.00
Hausdorff distanceGS
AGE
TAGE

Problem Number of iterationsGS476706169720859503702044764268375230
AGE67786248034894086317121611036748
TAGE5360618767467314621277687526132
Execution timeGS35.43155.72755.204615.3125815.45
AGE6.0027.00141.00915.005662.00
TAGE4.0021.00107.00613.003941.00
Hausdorff distanceGS
AGE
TAGE

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