On the existence of a measurable function with given values of the best approximations inL 0
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In the space of convergence in measure, we study the Bernstein problem of existence of a function with given values of the best approximations by a system of finite-dimensional subspaces strictly imbedded in one another.
KeywordsMeasurable Function Polynomial Approximation Convergent Subsequence Nonnegative Number Independent Element
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