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Ill-posed problemsare encountered in countless areas of real world science and technology. A variety of processes in science and engineering is commonly modeled by algebraic, differential, integral and other equations. In a more difficult case, it can be systems of equations combined with the associated initial and boundary conditions. Frequently, the study of applied optimization problems is also reduced to solving the corresponding equations.These equations, encountered both in theoretical and applied areas, may naturally be classified as operator equations. The current textbook will focus on iterative methods for operator equations in Hilbert spaces.

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Author(s)Bakushinsky A B
PublisherDe Gruyter
Edition1
ISBN9783110250640
Pages136
BindingHardcover
LanguageEnglish
Publish YearDecember 2010