Definition:Ritz Sequence

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Let $\sequence {\phi_n}$ be an infinite sequence of mappings in a normed linear space, where:

$\phi_n: \R \to \R$

Let this sequence be constrained by the requirements defined in the definition of the Ritz method.

Then the sequence $\set {\phi_n}$ can be called a Ritz Sequence.


This is not corroborated by literature, but so far it does not seem to be defined differently.

Therefore, it is introduced for the sake of brevity for future developments.

Source of Name

This entry was named for Walther Ritz.