Part of the Mathematics and Its Applications book series (MAIA, volume 26)
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A successful approximation has the following three properties:
A well defined mathematical problem
A rational method for deriving and approximating problems and/or solutions,
A measure of the error incurred in using these approximations.
KeywordsVector Space Integral Domain Piecewise Linear Function Vector Space Versus Linear Independence
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