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Mathematics
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33
Citations
4,967
164
World Ranking
2206
National Ranking
943

Engineering and Technology
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33
Citations
4,908
157
World Ranking
6256
National Ranking
1937

- Mathematical analysis
- Quantum mechanics
- Numerical analysis

Beny Neta mostly deals with Nonlinear system, Applied mathematics, Mathematical analysis, Rate of convergence and Order. His research in Nonlinear system intersects with topics in Function, Iterative method, Multiplicity and Algebra. His Applied mathematics research includes themes of Simple, Mathematical optimization and Newton's method.

His research in Domain and Boundary value problem are components of Mathematical analysis. His Rate of convergence research incorporates elements of Theoretical computer science, Numerical linear algebra and Symbolic computation. His studies deal with areas such as Test equation, Algorithm and Differential equation as well as Order.

- Multipoint Methods for Solving Nonlinear Equations (266 citations)
- High-order non-reflecting boundary scheme for time-dependent waves (172 citations)
- Basin attractors for various methods (133 citations)

Beny Neta mainly investigates Mathematical analysis, Nonlinear system, Applied mathematics, Rate of convergence and Iterative method. His Mathematical analysis course of study focuses on Finite element method and Advection. His Nonlinear system research integrates issues from Function, Multiplicity and Order.

His work focuses on many connections between Applied mathematics and other disciplines, such as Calculus, that overlap with his field of interest in Sixth order. His Rate of convergence research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Weight function, Mathematical optimization, Numerical linear algebra and Julia set. His research integrates issues of Laguerre polynomials, Fixed point, Newton's method and Fourth order in his study of Iterative method.

- Mathematical analysis (42.42%)
- Nonlinear system (39.39%)
- Applied mathematics (32.12%)

- Nonlinear system (39.39%)
- Applied mathematics (32.12%)
- Iterative method (20.61%)

His scientific interests lie mostly in Nonlinear system, Applied mathematics, Iterative method, Rate of convergence and Fixed point. The concepts of his Nonlinear system study are interwoven with issues in Algorithm and Derivative. His research investigates the connection between Applied mathematics and topics such as Free parameter that intersect with issues in Attractor and Attractor basin.

His Iterative method study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Laguerre polynomials and Euler's formula. His Rate of convergence study combines topics in areas such as Simple, Order and Calculus. His Fixed point study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Mathematical analysis.

- A sixth-order family of three-point modified Newton-like multiple-root finders and the dynamics behind their extraneous fixed points (35 citations)
- Comparison of several families of optimal eighth order methods (24 citations)
- Constructing a family of optimal eighth-order modified Newton-type multiple-zero finders along with the dynamics behind their purely imaginary extraneous fixed points (23 citations)

- Mathematical analysis
- Quantum mechanics
- Numerical analysis

His main research concerns Iterative method, Nonlinear system, Rate of convergence, Applied mathematics and Calculus. Beny Neta interconnects Point and Fixed point, Mathematical analysis in the investigation of issues within Iterative method. Mathematical analysis is often connected to Dynamics in his work.

Beny Neta combines topics linked to Order with his work on Rate of convergence. Applied mathematics is closely attributed to Free parameter in his study. In his research on the topic of Calculus, Algebra over a field, Function and Simple is strongly related with Numerical analysis.

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Multipoint methods for solving nonlinear equations: A survey

Miodrag S. Petković;Beny Neta;Ljiljana D. Petković;Jovana Dunić.

Applied Mathematics and Computation **(2014)**

532 Citations

Multipoint Methods for Solving Nonlinear Equations

Miodrag Petkovic;Beny Neta;Ljiljana Petkovic;Jovana Dzunic.

**(2012)**

475 Citations

High-order non-reflecting boundary scheme for time-dependent waves

Dan Givoli;Beny Neta.

Journal of Computational Physics **(2003)**

286 Citations

Basin attractors for various methods

Melvin Scott;Beny Neta;Changbum Chun.

Applied Mathematics and Computation **(2011)**

180 Citations

On optimal fourth-order iterative methods free from second derivative and their dynamics

Changbum Chun;Mi Young Lee;Beny Neta;Jovana Džunić.

Applied Mathematics and Computation **(2012)**

150 Citations

Two-step fourth-order P-stable methods with phase-lag of order six for y ″=( t,y )

M M Chawla;P S Rao;B Neta;B Neta.

Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics **(1986)**

137 Citations

Some fourth-order nonlinear solvers with closed formulae for multiple roots

S. G. Li;L. Z. Cheng;B. Neta.

Computers & Mathematics With Applications **(2010)**

128 Citations

Basins of attraction for several methods to find simple roots of nonlinear equations

Beny Neta;Melvin Scott;Changbum Chun.

Applied Mathematics and Computation **(2012)**

122 Citations

New third order nonlinear solvers for multiple roots

Beny Neta.

Applied Mathematics and Computation **(2008)**

102 Citations

High-order nonlinear solver for multiple roots

B. Neta;Anthony N. Johnson.

Computers & Mathematics With Applications **(2008)**

99 Citations

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