Definition of Newton–Raphson in English:

Newton–Raphson

noun

Mathematics
  • Attributive Designating an iterative method for finding a numerical solution to an equation in one or more dimensions; especially in "Newton–Raphson iteration", "Newton–Raphson method"; "Newton–Raphson formula"noun the formula which is iterated in this method.

Origin

Early 20th century. From the names of Sir Isaac Newton and Joseph Raphson, English mathematician: see quot. 1924.

Pronunciation

Newton–Raphson

/ˌnjuːtn ˈrafs(ə)n/