The History of Approximation Theory: From Euler to Bernstein

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Springer Science & Business Media, Jul 28, 2007 - Mathematics - 219 pages
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* Exciting exposition integrates history, philosophy, and mathematics

* Combines a mathematical analysis of approximation theory with an engaging discussion of the differing philosophical underpinnings behind its development

* Appendices containing biographical data on numerous eminent mathematicians, explanations of Russian nomenclature and academic degrees, and an excellent index round out the presentation

 

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54 Constructive Function Theory as the Development of Chebyshevs Ideas
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Bibliography
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Cheb59 Chebyshev Pafnuti Lvovich Sur les questions de minima qui
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Erm982 Ermolaeva Nataliya Sergeevna About the SoCalled Leningrad
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Run01 Runge Carl Uber empirische Funktionen und die Interpolation zwis
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