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On certain functional equations

S. Chowla

On certain functional equations

by S. Chowla

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Published by (Brun) in Trondheim .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Functional equations.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby S. Chowla and R. A. Smith.
    SeriesDet kongelige Norske videnskabers selskabs. Fordhandlinger, bd.40, 1967, nr. 9
    ContributionsSmith, R. A., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsAS283 .T82 bd. 40, 1967, nr. 9
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[43]-47 p.
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5655278M
    LC Control Number68097834

    Think about the functional equation as a giant system of equations, and try to nd a way to make some things cancel out. Example 1: Determine all functions f: R!R such that for all x;y, f(x2 y2) = (x y)(f(x) + f(y)) (Source: Korea ) Solution. The equation is almost but not quite symmetrical. This means that if . In the recent years a few new books appeared on the subject of functional equations. This book is a unique in style - it is aimed mostly for mathematics Olympiad contestants. This book consists of 20 chapters: 1. Cauchy's equations 2.

    Presently no other book deals with the stability problem of functional equations in Banach algebras, inner product spaces and amenable groups. Moreover, in most stability theorems for functional equations, the completeness of the target space of the unknown functions contained in the equation . focuses the student’s attention on the idea of seeking a solutionyof a differential equation by writingit as yD uy1, where y1 is a known solutionof related equation and uis a functionto be determined. I use this idea in nonstandardways, as follows: In Section to solve nonlinear first order equations, such as Bernoulli equations and nonlinear.

    The book provides the reader with the different types of functional equations that s/he can find in practice, showing, step by step, how they can be solved. A general methodology for solving functional equations is provided in Chapter 2. The different types of functional equations are described and solved in Chapters 3 to 8. Not to be confused with functional notation. The arc length functional has as its domain the vector space of rectifiable curves (a subspace of C ([0, 1], R 3) {\displaystyle C([0,1],\mathbb {R} ^{3})}), and outputs a real scalar. This is an example of a non-linear functional. The Riemann integral is a linear functional on the vector space of Riemann-integrable functions from a to b, where a.


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In order to view the full content, please disable your ad blocker or whitelist our website 2 Cauchy Equation and Equations of the Cauchy type The equation f(x+y) = f(x)+ f(y) is called the Cauchy equation. If its domain is Q, it is well-known that the solution is given by f(x) = xf(1).

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