Ukrainian Mathematical Journal

, Volume 48, Issue 11, pp 1696–1707 | Cite as

Methods for the solution of equations with restrictions and the Sokolov projection-iterative method

  • A. Yu. Luchka
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Abstract

We establish consistency conditions for equations with additional restrictions in a Hilbert space, suggest and justify iterative methods for the construction of approximate solutions, and describe the relationship between these methods and the Sokolov projection-iterative method.

Keywords

Unique Solution Approximate Solution Iterative Method Naukova Dumka Projective Method 

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