Published May 12, 1998
by CRC .
Written in English
|Contributions||Narenda Govil (Editor), Ram N. Mohapatra (Editor), Zuhair Nashed (Editor), A. Sharma (Editor), J. Szabados (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||517|
Introduction to Approximation Theory Hardcover – Import, January 1, by E. W. Cheney (Author) › Visit Amazon's E. W. Cheney Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. E. W Cited by: The emphasis is on multi-variable approximation theory, i.e., the approximation of functions in several variables, as opposed to the classical theory of functions in one variable. Most of the topics in the book, heretofore accessible only through research papers, are treated here from the basics to the currently active research, often motivated Cited by: Introduction to Approximation Theory book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. The goal of learning theory is to approximate a function from sample values. This is a general overview of the theoretical foundations, and is the first book to emphasize the approximation theory viewpoint. This emphasis provides a balanced approach, and will attract mathematicians to the problems by:
This book gives a thorough and coherent introduction to the theory that is the basis of current approximation methods. Author: M. J. D. Powell. Publisher: Cambridge University Press ISBN: Category: Mathematics Page: View: Download →. modern books on approximation theory will devote a fair number of pages to both aspects of the subject. Being a well-informed amateur rather than a trained expert on the subject, however, my personal preferences have been the driving force behind my selection of topics. There are quite a number of excellent books on approximation theory. Three classics are [Cheney ], [Davis ], and [Meinardus ], and a slightly more recent computationally oriented classic is [Powell ]. Perhaps the ﬁrst approximation theory text was [Borel ]. A good deal of my emphasis will be on ideas related to Chebyshev. This concisely written book gives an elementary introduction to a classical area of mathematics—approximation theory—in a way that naturally leads to the modern field of wavelets. The exposition, driven by ideas rather than technical details and proofs, demonstrates the dynamic nature of mathematics and the influence of classical.
This book presents a twenty-first century approach to classical polynomial and rational approximation theory. The reader will find a strikingly original treatment of the subject, completely unlike any of the existing literature on approximation theory, with a rich set of both computational and theoretical exercises for the classroom. There are many original features that set this book apart. The results of this book not only cover the classical and statistical approximation theory, but also are applied in the fuzzy logic via the fuzzy-valued operators. The authors in particular treat the important Korovkin approximation theory of positive linear operators in statistical and fuzzy sense. This concisely written book gives an elementary introduction to a classical area of mathematics approximation theory in a way that naturally leads to the modern field of wavelets. The exposition, driven by ideas rather than technical Price: $ The first investigations of nonlinear approximation problems were made by P.L. Chebyshev in the last century, and the entire theory of uniform approxima tion is strongly connected with his name. By making use of his ideas, the theories of best uniform approximation by rational functions and byBrand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.