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Date: 2001-06-28 (19:09)
From: Nils Goesche <cartan@c...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Type inference problem
Vasilij Karpow <> writes:

> P.S. A bit offtopic. I suspect this mailing list is filled with
> skilled mathematicians (and just intelligent people), and since
> nobody i know was able to solve my problem, here it is:
> [.dvi|.pdf|.tex]    

Subtract g(n) on both sides.  You'll get a system of linear equations
which has g(0)...g(n) as solutions:

  M x = b,

where M = (m_ij), m_ij = Binom(i, j) is a lower triangular matrix.  It
is possible to write down a closed expression for M^{-1}, although
this might be a rather huge formula with many sum signs, I am not
sure.  Check some numeric text book.  Cholesky might be of help, or
maybe not; check some numeric text book.

Nils Goesche
"Don't ask for whom the <CTRL-G> tolls."

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