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Re: How to solve an implicit system?


On 21 Feb 05 11:50:42 -0500 (EST), bananalimone wrote:
>I've to solve the following (simplificated) system:
>
>y[t+1]=y[t]+(y[t+1]-y[t])+(z[t+1]-z[t])
>z[t+1]=z[t]+(y[t+1]-y[t])+(z[t+1]-z[t])
>
>I would like to choose the iterative way, but I don't know how to
>start. Anyway any solution is accepted!
>
>Please help me.
>
>\bananalimone

after simplifying, this system is actually an explicit, 
so I suppose either you have made a mistake, or the solution is
trivial

z(t+1)= z(t)
y(t+1)= y(t)


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