Linear Functional Equations. Operator Approach

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Volume 34 Volume 33 Volume 32 Volume 31 Volume 30 Volume 29 Volume 28 Volume 27 Bahyrycz, A. Bulletin of the Iranian Mathematical Society , 42 4 , Bulletin of the Iranian Mathematical Society , 42, 4, , Bulletin of the Iranian Mathematical Society , ; 42 4 : Ulam asked in The first result giving answer to this question is due to D. Subsequently, his result was extended and generalized in several ways. Namely, we show, under some weak natural assumptions, that functions satisfying the above equation approximately in some sense must be actually solutions to it.

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A fixed point approach to stability of functional equations

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STABILITY OF THE JENSEN'S FUNCTIONAL EQUATION IN MULTI-FUZZY NORMED SPACES

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Open Live Script. Linear System with Singular Matrix. Warning: Matrix is close to singular or badly scaled. Results may be inaccurate. Warning: Matrix is singular to working precision. Least-Squares Solution of Underdetermined System. Linear System with Sparse Matrix. Input Arguments collapse all A , B — Operands vectors full matrices sparse matrices. Output Arguments collapse all x — Solution vector full matrix sparse matrix. Algorithms collapse all The versatility of mldivide in solving linear systems stems from its ability to take advantage of symmetries in the problem by dispatching to an appropriate solver.


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