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system of linear equations ?
#1
system of linear equations in oo variables ...

how to solve them ?

i need a general way for solving it.


regards

tommy1729
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#2
Generally by truncating, however the question is whether the resulting solution really converges.
See also my thread in sci.math.research
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bo198214 Wrote:Generally by truncating, however the question is whether the resulting solution really converges.
See also my thread in sci.math.research

hmm

if by truncating you mean rounding the parameters and working with finite variables , as an approximation , then that doesnt help much im afraid.

although i asked about the general case , i am currently particularly intrested in those with a single solution and/or lim determinant ( of the corresponding matrix , assuming the limit exists ) of 0.

( lim = 0 thus the matrix may still be invertible ! i dont mind a sequence of ever getting larger coefficients )

maybe a best fit method is key ?


im quite embarrassed asking such things actually ...

to quote "the matrix" :

there are only 2 possibilities :

1) nobody knows
or
2) nobody told me


but still i feel i should have known it by myself , and i havent been so embarrassed since investigating the math of the 5 x 5 x 5 rubiks cube ...


( ill stop , im changing subject Rolleyes )


regards

tommy1729
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