well-posed problem


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well-posed problem

[′wel ¦pōzd ′präb·ləm]
(mathematics)
A problem that has a unique solution which depends continuously on the initial data.
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Here, regularization denotes a technique to replace one well-posed problem by another well-posed problem that is "easier" to solve.
It is possible to consider two well-posed problems for the error field.
To give examples that show the failure of technology to solve several well-posed problems that possess (constructive) solutions, and to give examples indicating that widely-used software sometimes provides the wrong answer; and
In general, the well-posed problems can be divided into two categories, namely, type I and type II.
In this section the crucial and positive effect of technology in constructing the solution of well-posed problems, in particular Type II problems will be surveyed.
With this book as their guide, readers will master the application of DSM to solve a variety of linear and nonlinear problems as well as ill-posed and well-posed problems.