Last Updated on August 1, 2023 by Editorial Team
Author(s): Greg Oliver
Originally published on Towards AI.
Designing Quartics-Simpler With Genetic Quadratics
A Quadratic at Heart
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In previous posts on Quartic root solutions, I have developed solutions using Quadratics tailored to the subject function.
This post embraces a similar methodology but uses a ‘One Size Fits All’ genetic Quadratic Equation that can be adapted for a range of different coefficient D(x) values of reduced Quartic y=x⁴+Cx²+Dx+E making function changes efficient and graphically intuitive. This Quadratic takes the form;
As depicted in red in Graph 1 below, where E is the usual Quartic constant and C the x² coefficient. I designate Z as the coefficient… Read the full blog for free on Medium.
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