By Synowka-Bejenka E., Zontek S.

Within the paper the matter of simultaneous linear estimation of mounted and random results within the combined linear version is taken into account. an important and enough stipulations for a linear estimator of a linear functionality of mounted and random results in balanced nested and crossed type types to be admissible are given.

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24 p. 14. To prove that the condition is necessary, assume that 0 is a regular singular point, and let Y be a germ of analytic fundamental solution at some fixed, non-singular x 0 1 Analytic continuation and monodromy 21 close to 0. 35 is analytic in a full open punctured disk D˚ with center 0. It is a well-known fact that if a function is holomorphic in an annulus, in particular in a punctured disk with center 0, it has a Laurent series expansion ∑n∈Z λn xn (cf. 121]). 24 p. 38 below, that is, M(x) is meromorphic at 0.

1 Differential Galois theory In this chapter we show how differential Galois groups are related to monodromy. To learn about differential Galois theory we refer to the following authors: Crespo and Hajto [CH11], Kaplansky [Kap76], Magid [Mag94], Kolchin[Kol76] , van der Put and Singer [PSi01], Singer ([Sin99], [Sin09]). 1. An ordinary differential field (k, ∂ ) is a field k with a derivation, that is, a map ∂ : k → k such that 1. ∂ (a + b) = ∂ (a) + ∂ (b) , 2. ∂ (a b) = a ∂ (b) + ∂ (a) b. The field of constants of (k, ∂ ) is Ck = {a ∈ k, ∂ (a) = 0}.

19 p. 14]) R is a simple differential ring, with no differential ideals other than (0) and R (since R is a principal ring, it is sufficient to show that (P(T )) ∈ / (P) for any P ∈ k[T ] \ k). In this case, K is the fraction-field of R, that is, K = k(T ) endowed with the derivation T = aT . For any λ ∈ C∗ , T → λ T induces a k-automorphism of K which commutes with the derivation and the differential Galois group is therefore C∗ in this case. This also follows from the fact that K = k(T ) has transcendence degree 1 over k and C∗ is the only closed subgroup of dimension 1 of C∗ .

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