Approximation theory and functional analysis
This volume surveys the fields of approximation theory and functional analysis. Compiled in honor of G.G. Lorenz, "The Father of Modern Approximation Theory", it consists of invited papers representing the most up-to-date research by leading mathmaticians in these fields. The editor has emphasized the survey character of major contributions to make this book of interest to a wider audience of graduate students and research mathematicians.
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Publications of George G Lorentz
Doctoral Students of George G Lorentz
On BernsteinDurrmeyer Polynomials with Jacobi Weights
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