# New Developments in Approximation Theory: 2nd International Dortmund Meeting (IDoMAT 98), February 23-27, 1998 (International Series of Numerical Mathematics) ebook

## by Manfred W. Müller,Martin D. Buhmann,Detlef Mache,Michael Felten

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3 rd INTERNATIONAL DORTMUND MEETING . APPROXIMATION THEORY. IDoMAT 2001 August 20 - 24, 2001. Haus Bommerholz - Witten, Germany. The success of the IDoMAT-conferences in 1995 & 1998 and the positive resonance in preparing this conference 2001 will encourage us to continue this series of International Meetings with new developments here in Witten-Bommerholz in 2004. Organizers: Martin D. Buhmann (Giessen) Detlef H. Mache (Dortmund) Manfred W. Müller (Dortmund). University of Dortmund - Institute of Applied Mathematics, LS VIII - Vogelpothsweg 87, D - 44221 Dortmund (Germany).

This book contains refereed papers which were presented at the Second International Dortmund Meeting on Approximation Theory (IDoMAT a ~98) at Haus . Manfred W. Müller, M. D. Buhmann, D. H. Mache, M. Felten.

This book contains refereed papers which were presented at the Second International Dortmund Meeting on Approximation Theory (IDoMAT a ~98) at Haus Bommerholz, the conference center of Dortmund University, during the week of February 23a "27, 1998.

A collection of papers by international contributors describing new developments in the fields of univariate and multivariate approximation theory. computerized tomography).

This book contains refereed papers which were presented at the Second International Dortmund Meeting on Approximation Theory (IDoMAT ‘98) at Haus Bommerholz, the conference center of Dortmund University, during the week of February 23–27, 1998

This book contains refereed papers which were presented at the Second International Dortmund Meeting on Approximation Theory (IDoMAT ‘98) at Haus Bommerholz, the conference center of Dortmund University, during the week of February 23–27, 1998. A collection of papers by international contributors describing new developments in the fields of univariate and multivariate approximation theory.

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New Developments in Approximation Theory: 2nd International Dortmund Meeting (IDoMAT) ’98, Germany, February 23–27, 1998. In this paper the rate of convergence of positive algebraic convolution operators Vn will be studied by an algebraic modulus of smoothness w26(f, δ)x. We consider the space of continuous functions on and the Lp space with the weight w(t) : 1√1-t2. Direct and converse results will be established.

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This book contains refereed papers which were presented at the Second International Dortmund Meeting on Approximation Theory (IDoMAT ‘98) at Haus Bommerholz, the conference center of Dortmund University, during the week of February 23–27, 1998. At this conference 50 researchers and specialists from Bulgaria, China, France, Great Britain, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Romania, South Africa and Germany participated and described new developments in the fields of univariate and multivariate approximation theory. The papers cover topics such as radial basis functions, bivariate spline interpolation, subdivision algorithms, multilevel interpolation, multivariate triangular Bernstein bases, Padé approximation, comonotone polynomial approximation, weighted and unweighted polynomial approximation, adaptive approximation, approximation operators of binomial type, quasi-interpolants, generalized convexity and Peano kernel techniques.This research has applications in areas such as computer-aided geometric design, as applied in engineering and medical technology (e.g. computerized tomography).