We give a characterization of functions that are uniformly approximable on a compact subset $K$ of ${\mathbb{R}}^{n}$ by biharmonic functions in neighborhoods of $K$.

Let $(X,\mathscr{H})$ and $({X}^{\text{'}},{\mathscr{H}}^{\text{'}})$ be two strong biharmonic spaces in the sense of Smyrnelis whose associated harmonic spaces are Brelot spaces. A biharmonic morphism from $(X,\mathscr{H})$ to $({X}^{\text{'}},{\mathscr{H}}^{\text{'}})$ is a continuous map from $X$ to ${X}^{\text{'}}$ which preserves the biharmonic structures of $X$ and ${X}^{\text{'}}$. In the present work we study this notion and characterize in some cases the biharmonic morphisms between $X$ and ${X}^{\text{'}}$ in terms of harmonic morphisms between the harmonic spaces associated with $(X,\mathscr{H})$ and $({X}^{\text{'}},{\mathscr{H}}^{\text{'}})$ and the coupling kernels of them.

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