By A.I. Stepanets
This monograph proposes a brand new category of periodic services, according to the concept that of generalized spinoff, outlined via introducing multiplicators and shifts of the argument into the Fourier sequence of the unique functionality. This process allows the category of a variety of features, together with these of which the Fourier sequence may possibly diverge in essential metric, gentle services, and infinitely differentiable services, together with analytical and whole ones. those newly brought periods are then investigated utilizing the normal difficulties of the idea of approximation. the consequences therefore acquired provide a brand new method to examine classical statements for the approximation of differentiable services, and recommend percentages to find new results.
Audience: worthy interpreting for specialists within the box of mathematical research and researchers and graduate scholars attracted to the purposes of the idea of approximation and Fourier sequence.
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Fit 1t f(x+t) tJJ;(t)dt = -It .!. fit 1t -It f(x+t) cosnt -1 dt. 11), this yields S;U,x) = .!. 29) 48 Integral Representations ofDeviations of Linear Means of Fourier Series Chapter 2 where the improper integral is again interpreted as the limit of the sequence of integrals over extending symmetric intervals. 29), we get Sn(f,x) = -1t1 =f cos nt - 1 1 dt + - An(f,x). 6. 4) belong to L (0, 21t), then S[f] =S [ J]. , the conjugate partial Fourier sum of the function fO is the Fourier sum of the function J(-).
This complicates significantly the construction, the investigation, and, hence, the application of them. 2. If we only restrict ourselves to the linear case, then a broad class of methods for constructing sequences of approximating linear operators Un(f) arises from the socalled summation of Fourier series and, in particular, from the matrix summation based the ideas of summation of divergent number series. The idea of this approach is as fol- 52 Integral Representations ofDeviations of Linear Means of Fourier Series Chapter 2 lows: Let A =II 'A,~) II, n =0, 1, ...
0. 1) and, for ~ = r + 2k, it gives a representation of functions from J;. 18) gives a representation of functions from the sets A, and A" respectively. 8. ~(-)' 30 Classes of Periodic Functions In particular, the classes W;n Chapter I are the classes of convolutions with kernels 'DG(')' Note that, for 13 = rand 13 = r + I, the functions 'DG (-) are sometimes called Bernoulli kernels (or Bernoulli functions). 8. 1. Denote the subset of continuous functions tions f E C; such that f~1jI E classes C;n n by C;n.
Classification and Approximation of Periodic Functions by A.I. Stepanets