Extension of C functions from sets with polynomial cusps

Wiesław Pawłucki; Wiesław Pleśniak

Studia Mathematica (1988)

  • Volume: 88, Issue: 3, page 279-287
  • ISSN: 0039-3223

How to cite


Pawłucki, Wiesław, and Pleśniak, Wiesław. "Extension of $C^{∞}$ functions from sets with polynomial cusps." Studia Mathematica 88.3 (1988): 279-287. <http://eudml.org/doc/218815>.

author = {Pawłucki, Wiesław, Pleśniak, Wiesław},
journal = {Studia Mathematica},
keywords = {extension of functions; uniformly polynomially cuspidal set},
language = {eng},
number = {3},
pages = {279-287},
title = {Extension of $C^\{∞\}$ functions from sets with polynomial cusps},
url = {http://eudml.org/doc/218815},
volume = {88},
year = {1988},

AU - Pawłucki, Wiesław
AU - Pleśniak, Wiesław
TI - Extension of $C^{∞}$ functions from sets with polynomial cusps
JO - Studia Mathematica
PY - 1988
VL - 88
IS - 3
SP - 279
EP - 287
LA - eng
KW - extension of functions; uniformly polynomially cuspidal set
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ER -

Citations in EuDML Documents

  1. Alexander Volberg, An estimate from below for the Markov constant of a Cantor repeller
  2. Mirosław Baran, Markov inequality on sets with polynomial parametrization
  3. Alexander Goncharov, A compact set without Markov’s property but with an extension operator for C -functions
  4. Leokadia Białas, Alexander Volberg, Markov's property of the Cantor ternary set
  5. M. Baran, W. Pleśniak, Bernstein and van der Corput-Schaake type inequalities on semialgebraic curves
  6. M. Baran, W. Pleśniak, Characterization of compact subsets of algebraic varieties in terms of Bernstein type inequalities

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