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Functional Equations
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Some examples of functional equations
1.3 Basic concepts and definitions
Exercises
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Replacement of variables by given values
2.3 Transforming one or several variables
2.4 Transforming one or several functions
2.5 Using a more general equation
2.6 Treating some variables as constants
2.7 Inductive methods
2.8 Iterative methods
2.9 Separation of variables
2.10 Reduction by means of analytical techniques
2.11 Mixed methods
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Homogeneous functions
3.3 A general type of equation
3.4 Cauchy's equations
3.5 Jensen's equation
3.6 Generalizations of Cauchy's equations
3.7 D'Alembert's functional equation
3.8 Linear difference equations
4.1 Introduction
Equations with several functions in one variable
4.2 Pexider's equations
4.3 The sum of products equation
4.4 Other generalizations
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Generalized Cauchy and Jensen equations
5.3 Other equations
5.4 Application to iterative methods
5.5 Some examples
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Generalized Pexider and Jensen equations
6.3 Generalized Sincov equation
6.4 A general equation
6.5 The associativity equation
6.6 The transitivity equation
6.7 The bisymmetry equation
6.8 The transformation equation
7.2 A motivating example
7.3 From functional to differential equations
7.4 From difference to differential equations
7.5 From differential to functional equations
7.7 A new approach to physical and engineering problems
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Cauchy's equation
8.3 Pexider's equation
8.4 Sincov's equation and generalizations
9.3 Elements of a functional network
9.4 Differences between neural and functional networks
9.5 Working with functional networks
9.6 Model selection in functional networks
9.7 Some examples of the functional network methodology
9.8 Some applications of functional networks
10.1 Introduction
10.2 A motivating example
10.3 Laws of science
10.4 A statistical model for lifetime analysis
10.5 Statistical models for fatigue life of longi- tudinal elements
10.6 Differential, functional and difference equa- tions
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Fundamental formula for polyhedra
11.3 Two interesting functions in computer graph- ics
11.4 Geometric invariants given by functional equations
11.5 Using functional equations for CAGD
11.6 Application of functional networks to fit- ting surfaces
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Price and quantity levels
12.3 Price indices
12.4 Interest rates
12.5 Demand function. Price and advertising policies
12.6 Duopoly Models
12.7 Taxation functions
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