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a Approximation Theory and Spline Functions
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c edited by S.P. Singh, J.H.W. Burry, B. Watson

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a 1st ed. 1984

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a Products of Polynomials  Exchange Algorithms, Error Estimations and Strong Unicity in Convex Programming and Chebyshev Approximation  Four Lectures on Multivariate Approximation  The Approximation of Certain Functions by Compound Means  A Practical Method for Obtaining a Priori Error Bounds in Pointwise and MeanSquare Approximation Problems  Surface Spline Interpolation Basic Theory and Computational Aspects  Interpolation of Scattered Data Distance Matrices and Conditionally Positive Definite Functions  SemiNorms in Polynomial Approximation  On Spaces of Piecewise Polynomials in Two Variables  Birkhoff Interpolation on the Roots of Unity  Applications of Transformation Theory A Legacy from Zolotarev (1847–1878)  Explicit Algebraic Nth Order Approximations to PI  Solving Integral Equations of Nuclear Scattering by Splines  HSets for NonLinear Constrained Approximation  Operator Padé Approximants Some Ideas Behind the Theory and a Numerical Illustration  Harmonic Approximation  Best Harmonic L1 Approximation to Subharmonic Functions  BSplines on the Circle And Trigonometric BSplines  On Reducing the Computational Error in the Successive Approximations Method  Lebesgue Constants Determined by Extremal Sets  Error Bounds for Interpolation by Fourth Order Trigonometric Splines  Approximation of Derivatives in Rn Application Construction of Surfaces in R2  Meromorphic Functions, Maps and Their Rational Approximantsin Cn.  Splines and Collocation for Ordinary Initial Value Problems  Degree of Approximation of QuasiHermiteFejer Interpolation Based on Jacobi Abscissas Pn(?,?) (x)  Using Inclusion Theorems to Establish the Summability of Orthogonal Series  On Projections in Approximation Theory  A Survey of Exterior Asymptotics forOrthogonal Polynomials Associated With a Finite Interval and a Study of the Case of the General Weight Measures  List of Participants

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a Mathematical analysis

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a Approximations and Expansions

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a Analysis

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a Approximation theory

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a A NATO Advanced Study Institute on Approximation Theory and Spline Functions was held at Memorial University of Newfoundland during August 22September 2, 1983. This volume consists of the Proceedings of that Institute. These Proceedings include the main invited talks and contributed papers given during the Institute. The aim of these lectures was to bring together Mathematicians, Physicists and Engineers working in the field. The lectures covered a wide range including ~1ultivariate Approximation, Spline Functions, Rational Approximation, Applications of Elliptic Integrals and Functions in the Theory of Approximation, and Pade Approximation. We express our sincere thanks to Professors E. W. Cheney, J. Meinguet, J. M. Phillips and H. Werner, members of the International Advisory Committee. We also extend our thanks to the main speakers and the invi ted speakers, whose contri butions made these Proceedings complete. The Advanced Study Institute was financed by the NATO Scientific Affairs Division. We express our thanks for the generous support. We wish to thank members of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at MeMorial University who willingly helped with the planning and organizing of the Institute. Special thanks go to Mrs. Mary Pike who helped immensely in the planning and organizing of the Institute, and to Miss Rosalind Genge for her careful and excellent typing of the manuscript of these Proceedings
