Speed of convergence of Chernoff approximations to solutions of evolution equations

by   A. V. Vedenin, et al.

This communication is devoted to establishing the very first steps in study of the speed at which the error decreases while dealing with the based on the Chernoff theorem approximations to one-parameter semigroups that provide solutions to evolution equations.



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