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Tatiana Carolina Gelvez Barrera

September 13, 2017

Name:

1 Instructions

• Make a pdf report including the solution to each point of the practice with name

Lab1 name lastname.pdf.

• Send the report and all created files in a rar or zip file with name Lab1 name lastname.rar

to the mail caroltatianagelvez@gmail.com before 23:59, Thrusday, September 14, 2017.

Write in the subject AN 2017-2 Lab 1.

• You are allowed to use internet, notes, and .m files that you have created before.

2 Purposes

• To understand the fixed point method

• To implement the fixed point method in Matlab.

• To interpret problems which can be solved by the fixed point method.

• To propose problems in which the fixed point method can be used.

3 Practice

3.1 Understanding

Answer with your own words the following questions:

1

• (0.2 points) What applications does the fixed point method have?

• (0.2 points) What condition must be satisfied to guarantee that a function has a fixed point?

• (0.2 points) What condition must be satisfied to guarantee that the fixed point is unique?

3.2 Applying

(0.5 points) Use the fixed point iteration to find a fixed point for g(x) = 1/x on [0.5, 5.2]. Do five

iterations by hand. Choose the initial point.

Initial point po :

k 0 1 2 3 4

x

g(x)

3.3 Implementing

• (0.5 points) Create a Matlab function called my fixed point to find a fixed point of a function

over a given range. The arguments of the function must be: the function to be evaluated

g(x) (as an inline function), the initial point of the range a, the final point of the range b, the

initial iteration point p0 , and the desired number of iterations. For instance, the sentences to

find the fixed point of the exercise in 3.1 should look like:

fun = @(x) 1./x;

a=0.5;

b=5.2;

p0 =1;

Iter=5;

P=my fixed point(fun,a,b,p0 ,Iter);

• (0.5 points) Create a Matlab function called visual verification to visually show if the

function has a fixed point over a range, and if that fixed point is unique. The arguments

of the function must be: the function to be evaluated g(x) (as an inline function), the

initial point of the range a, and the final point of the range b. For instance, the sentences

to visually verify if the function of the exercise in 3.1 has an unique fixed point should look like:

fun = @(x) 1./x;

a=0.5;

b=5.2;

P=visual verification(fun,a,b);

x2

• (0.5 points) Use the created function visual verification to visually verify if g(x) = over

3

[2.5, 4] has an unique fixed point, and use the created function my fixed point to find the fixed

point of g(x) with p0 = 3.5 and 100 iterations.

2

3.4 Interpreting

The network bandwidth allocation problem is one of the central issues in modern communication

networks. When a data rate is allocated to a source participating in a network, it derives a utility,

which is modeled as a value of a concave function. The well known utility function of each source s

is given by the following function, which satisfies the strict concavity, for all x ∈ R+ ,

where ωs > 0 is the weighted parameter for the source s, and x is the allocated data rate to the

network. The share allocated data rate to each source must be regulated with a control mechanism

to prevent network congestion. A network congestion is generated when the utility of any source in

the network is equal to the allocated data rate in the network.

(1.0) Use the created functions to find the allocated data rate x which could generate a network

congestion due to a source with ωs = 4.8, where x ∈ [1, 1.5]. Choose the initial point p0 .

3.5 Proposing

• (0.5 points) Propose an applicated problem in which the fixed point iteration can be used.

• (0.5 points) Solve the proposed problem using the created functions.

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