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Time Discretization of the SST-generalized Navier-Stokes Equations: Positive and Negative Results
In the theory of the Navier-Stokes equations, the proofs of some basic known results, like for example the uniqueness of solutions to the stationary Navier-Stokes equations under smallness assumptions on the data or the stability of certain time discretization schemes, actually only use a small range of properties and are therefore valid in a more general context. This observation leads us to introduce the concept of SST spaces, a generalization of the functional setting for the Navier-Stokes equations. It allows us ...
Elimination in Operator Algebras
A large class of special functions are solutions of systems of linear difference and differential equations with polynomial coefficients. For a given function, these equations considered as operator polynomials generate a left ideal in a noncommutative algebra called Ore algebra. This ideal with finitely many conditions characterizes the function uniquely so that Gröbner basis techniques can be applied. Many problems related to special functions which can be described by such ideals can be solved by performing ...
On Connection, Linearization and Duplication Coefficients of Classical Orthogonal Polynomials
In this work, we have mainly achieved the following: 1. we provide a review of the main methods used for the computation of the connection and linearization coefficients between orthogonal polynomials of a continuous variable, moreover using a new approach, the duplication problem of these polynomial families is solved; 2. we review the main methods used for the computation of the connection and linearization coefficients of orthogonal polynomials of a discrete variable, we solve the duplication and linearization ...