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# On Rothe and Rothe-Galerkin method for differential-operator equation

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## Abstract

Great number of papers are reduced to finding of Cauchy problem for differential-operator equation in form in Hilbert space

$$ u'(t) + Au(t) + F(u(t)) = f(t),\quad u(0) = 0 $$

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*H*, where*A*is a linear and*F*is non-linear operators. This paper is continuation of papers [1]–[2]. Finding of approximate solution by Rothe and Rothe-Galerkin methods is reduced, unlike [2], to solving of stationary linear operator equation or to solving of linear algebraic system.### Keywords

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