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1: 3.6 Linear Difference Equations
Then w n is said to be a recessive (equivalently, minimal or distinguished) solution as n , and it is unique except for a constant factor. … …
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  • 3: 3.11 Approximation Techniques
    Then there exists a unique n th degree polynomial p n ( x ) , called the minimax (or best uniform) polynomial approximation to f ( x ) on [ a , b ] , that minimizes max a x b | ϵ n ( x ) | , where ϵ n ( x ) = f ( x ) - p n ( x ) . … of type [ k , ] to f on [ a , b ] minimizes the maximum value of | ϵ k , ( x ) | on [ a , b ] , where … With b 0 = 1 , the last q equations give b 1 , , b q as the solution of a system of linear equations. … that minimizesof given functions ϕ k ( x ) , k = 0 , 1 , , n , that minimizes