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Topic: Infinite matrices
Replies: 1   Last Post: Dec 6, 1996 9:11 PM

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John Nahay

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Re: Infinite matrices
Posted: Dec 6, 1996 9:11 PM
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I prefer G. P. Egorychev's book, "Integral Representation and
Combinatorial Sums" for inverting large classes of infinite matrices
(they're all triangular with diagonal all 1's) with special entries.
This book has "nothing" to do with Hilbert spaces.





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