Consistency of a system of equations: What does that mean?

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Still, Georg and Kern, Walter and Koelewijn, Jaap and Bomhoff, Matthijs (2010) Consistency of a system of equations: What does that mean? [Report]

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Abstract:The concept of (structural) consistency also called structural solvability is an important basic tool for analyzing the structure of systems of equations. Our aim is to provide a sound and practically relevant meaning to this concept. The implications of consistency are expressed in terms of explicit density and stability results. We also illustrate, by typical examples, the limitations of the concept.
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Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science (EEMCS)
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