On a system of simultaneous iterative functional equations


A system of two simultaneous functional equations in a single variable, related to a generalized Gołąb-Schinzel functional equation, is considered.

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Published : 1995-09-29

MatkowskiJ. (1995). On a system of simultaneous iterative functional equations. Annales Mathematicae Silesianae, 9, 123-135. Retrieved from https://journals.us.edu.pl/index.php/AMSIL/article/view/14212

Janusz Matkowski 
Katedra Matematyki, Filia Politechniki Łódzkiej w Bielsku-Białej  Poland

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