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I have a problem: I need to solve an equation, Ax=y, where A is a known matrix, y is a known column vector and x is an unknown column vector. Unfortunately, A is singular so I cannot do the simple solution of inverse(A)*y=x. Does anybody know of any way that I can obtain the coefficients for x???

Thanks in advance

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