Published on March 9, 2014
Basic Scientific Programming Recursion
Recursion All of the examples considered thus far involved a main program referencing a subprogram or one subprogram referencing another. A subprogram may also reference itself, this is called Recursion.
Ex: n! n! = 1 * 2* 3* … * n 0! = 1 1! = 1 2! = 1 * 2 = 2 3! = 2! * 3 = 2*3 = 6 4! = 3! * 4 = 6*4 = 24 It is clear that once one factorial has been calculated, it can be used to calculate the next one. n! = n * (n-1)!
A function is defined recursively if the definition consists of two parts: A base case: in which the value of the function is specified for one or more values of the argument(s) 0! = 1 A recursive step: in which the function’s value for a current value of argument is defined in terms of a previously defined function value. n>0 n! = n* (n-1)!
4! 4! = 4 * 3! 3! = 3 * 2! 2! = 2 * 1! 1! = 1* 0! 0! =1
4! 4!=4*3!=4*6=24 3!= 3*2!=3*2=6 2!=2*1!=2*1=2 1!=1*0!=1 * 1 = 1 0! =1
Notes Subprograms may be declared to be recursive by attaching the word RECURSIVE at the beginning of the subprogram heading. For a recursive function, a RESULT clause must be attached at the end of the function heading.
Notes Return value will be assigned to the result variable instead of the function name. The type of the function is specified by declaring the type of the result variable.
Recursive function factorial(n) result(fact) integer:: fact integer,intent(in)::n if(n==0) then fact = 1 else fact = factorial(n-1) * n end if End Function factorial
Fact = 1 do I = 1,5 fact = fact * I end do Nonrecursive programs may execute more rapidly and utilize less memory than corresponding recursive programs. For some problems, recursion is the most natural and straightforward technique.
Ex: Recursive function f(n) result(f_value) integer:: f_value integer,intent(in) :: N if(n==0) then f_value = 0 else f_value = n+ f(n-1) end if end function f !Find f(5), f(0)
Ex: recursive function f(num1,num2) result(f_val) integer:: f_value integer,intent(in):: num1,num2 if (num1>num2) then f_val = 0 Else if(num2==num1+1) then f_val = 1 Else f_val = f(num1+1,num2-1) + 2 End if end function f !! F(2,2), F(1,5), F(8,3)
xn Recursive function f(x,n) result(x2n) integer:: x2n integer,intent(in):: x,n if(n==0) x2n = 1 else x2n = f(x,n-1) * x end if end function f
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