By S. Ya. Khavinson

ISBN-10: 0821804227

ISBN-13: 9780821804223

This booklet bargains with difficulties of approximation of constant or bounded services of a number of variables by means of linear superposition of services which are from an analogous category and feature fewer variables. the most subject is the distance of linear superpositions $D$ regarded as a subspace of the gap of continuing features $C(X)$ on a compact house $X$. Such houses as density of $D$ in $C(X)$, its closedness, proximality, and so on. are studied in nice element. The method of those and different difficulties in keeping with duality and the Hahn-Banach theorem is emphasised. additionally, significant consciousness is given to the dialogue of the Diliberto-Straus set of rules for locating the easiest approximation of a given functionality via linear superpositions.

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