Simon Willerton

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That is nice, thanks.  That's actually a very sensible approach for dealing with the cases where my system of inequalities does have some non-trivial solutions as well.

That is nice, thanks.  That's actually a very sensible approach for dealing with the cases where my system of inequalities does have some non-trivial solutions as well.

Thanks, but I don't see how this helps!  There are no solutions to (2), but your approach claims that there are some!

 

With regard to your PS, what difference does it make using fk rather than f[k]?  How do I refer to fk as I vary k -- I mean I generate these inequalities by for instance writing f[i]+f[j] where I loop over i and j.

Thanks, Simon.

Thanks, but I don't see how this helps!  There are no solutions to (2), but your approach claims that there are some!

 

With regard to your PS, what difference does it make using fk rather than f[k]?  How do I refer to fk as I vary k -- I mean I generate these inequalities by for instance writing f[i]+f[j] where I loop over i and j.

Thanks, Simon.

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