Handbook of functional equations : stability theory
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 Handbook of functional equations : stability theory
 Title remainder
 stability theory
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 edited by Themistocles M. Rassias
 Subject

 Appl. Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering
 Difference and Functional Equations
 Difference equations
 Difference equations
 Difference equations
 Functional Analysis
 Functional equations
 Functional equations
 Functional equations
 Integral equations
 Integral equations
 Integral equations
 MATHEMATICS  Calculus
 MATHEMATICS  Mathematical Analysis
 Mathematical Methods in Physics
 Mathematics
 Optimization
 Special Functions
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 This handbook consists of seventeen chapters written by eminent scientists from the international mathematical community, who present important research works in the field of mathematical analysis and related subjects, particularly in the Ulam stability theory of functional equations. The book provides an insight into a large domain of research with emphasis to the discussion of several theories, methods and problems in approximation theory, analytic inequalities, functional analysis, computational algebra and applications. The notion of stability of functional equations has its origins with S.M. Ulam, who posed the fundamental problem for approximate homomorphisms in 1940 and with D.H. Hyers, Th. M. Rassias, who provided the first significant solutions for additive and linear mappings in 1941 and 1978, respectively. During the last decade the notion of stability of functional equations has evolved into a very active domain of mathematical research with several applications of interdisciplinary nature. The chapters of this handbook focus mainly on both old and recent developments on the equation of homomorphism for square symmetric groupoids, the linear and polynomial functional equations in a single variable, the Drygas functional equation on amenable semigroups, monomial functional equation, the CauchyJensen type mappings, differential equations and differential operators, operational equations and inclusions, generalized module left higher derivations, selections of setvalued mappings, D'Alembert's functional equation, characterizations of information measures, functional equations in restricted domains, as well as generalized functional stability and fixed point theory
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 N$T
 Dewey number
 515.8
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 no index present
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 QA431
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 non fiction
 Nature of contents
 dictionaries
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 Springer optimization and its applications
 Series volume
 volume 96
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