Approximation of certain classes of differentiable functions by generalized splines
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We find the exnet value of the best (α, β)-approximation by generalized Chebyshev splines for a class of functions differentiable with weight on [−1, 1].
KeywordsDifferentiable Function Contemporary Problem Chebyshev Polynomial Duality Theorem Space Approximation
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