By Alexander G. Ramm
- Contains a scientific improvement of a unique common strategy, the dynamical platforms process, DSM for fixing operator equations, in particular nonlinear and ill-posed
- Self-contained, compatible for large audience
- Can be used for varied classes for graduate scholars and in part for undergraduates (especially for RUE classes)
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