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Approximation of entire functions of slow growth on compact sets

G. S. Srivastava, Susheel Kumar (2009)

Archivum Mathematicum

In the present paper, we study the polynomial approximation of entire functions of several complex variables. The characterizations of generalized order and generalized type of entire functions of slow growth have been obtained in terms of approximation and interpolation errors.

Basic relations valid for the Bernstein spaces B ² σ and their extensions to larger function spaces via a unified distance concept

P. L. Butzer, R. L. Stens, G. Schmeisser (2014)

Banach Center Publications

Some basic theorems and formulae (equations and inequalities) of several areas of mathematics that hold in Bernstein spaces B σ p are no longer valid in larger spaces. However, when a function f is in some sense close to a Bernstein space, then the corresponding relation holds with a remainder or error term. This paper presents a new, unified approach to these errors in terms of the distance of f from B σ p . The difficult situation of derivative-free error estimates is also covered.

Comparative growth analysis of Wronskians in the light of their relative orders

Sanjib Kumar Datta, Tanmay Biswas, Ahsanul Hoque (2015)

Annales Universitatis Paedagogicae Cracoviensis. Studia Mathematica

In this paper we study the comparative growth properties of a composition of entire and meromorphic functions on the basis of the relative order (relative lower order) of Wronskians generated by entire and meromorphic functions.

Completeness in L1(R) of discrete translates.

Joaquim Bruna, Alexander Olevskii, Alexander Ulanovskii (2006)

Revista Matemática Iberoamericana

We characterize, in terms of the Beurling-Malliavin density, the discrete spectra Λ ⊂ R for which a generator exists, that is a function φ ∈ L1(R) such that its Λ translates φ(x - λ), λ ∈ Λ, span L1(R). It is shown that these spectra coincide with the uniqueness sets for certain analytic clases. We also present examples of discrete spectra Λ ∈ R which do not admit a single generator while they admit a pair of generators.

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