Biorthogonal Approximation by Splines
We establish two-sided boundary biorthogonal approximations of twice continuously differentiable functions by Bφ-splines of the second order. We obtain an integral representation for the remainder of biorthogonal approximations by quadratic splines. Based on these results, we derive error estimates for some problems of approximation and interpolation of Lagrange type. These estimates are attained in the polynomial case. Bibliography: 5 titles.
KeywordsIntegral Representation Interpolation Problem Approximate Relation Spline Space Quadratic Spline
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