## Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, Volume 15Academic Press, 1992 - Physical sciences |

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Furthermore , c ( z ) is the symbol of a totally

z ) and c - ' ( z ) entire , and det c ( z ) = 1 . VII . Interpolation The theory and

methods of interpolation play a central role in approximation theory and

numerical ...

Furthermore , c ( z ) is the symbol of a totally

**positive**block Toeplitz matrix with c (z ) and c - ' ( z ) entire , and det c ( z ) = 1 . VII . Interpolation The theory and

methods of interpolation play a central role in approximation theory and

numerical ...

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Furthermore , c ( z ) is the symbol of a totally

z ) and c - ' ( z ) entire , and det c ( z ) = 1 . Theorem 34 . Let A be a

definite symmetric matrix with A and A - ' in B ( 12 ) . Then A has a unique

Cholesky ...

Furthermore , c ( z ) is the symbol of a totally

**positive**block Toeplitz matrix with c (z ) and c - ' ( z ) entire , and det c ( z ) = 1 . Theorem 34 . Let A be a

**positive**definite symmetric matrix with A and A - ' in B ( 12 ) . Then A has a unique

Cholesky ...

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Furthermore , c ( z ) is the symbol of a totally

z ) and c - ' ( z ) entire , and det c ( z ) = 1 . Theorem 34 . Let A be a

definite symmetric matrix with A and A - l in B ( 12 ) . Then A has a unique

Cholesky ...

Furthermore , c ( z ) is the symbol of a totally

**positive**block Toeplitz matrix with c (z ) and c - ' ( z ) entire , and det c ( z ) = 1 . Theorem 34 . Let A be a

**positive**definite symmetric matrix with A and A - l in B ( 12 ) . Then A has a unique

Cholesky ...

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### Contents

Catalysis Industrial 721 | 6 |

Archaeological Geology 31 Atomic Spectroscopy | 381 |

Artificial Intelligence 43 Auger Electron Spectroscopy | 395 |

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