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**Author:** S. Ya. Khavinson

**Category:** Mathematics

**Language:** English

**Publisher:** American Mathematical Society (November 26, 1996)

**Pages:** 175 pages

**ISBN:** 0821804227

**ISBN13:** 978-0821804223

**Rating:** 4.1

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Khavinson, Best approximation by linear superpositions (approximate nomogra-phy), Translated from the Russian manuscript by D. Khavinson.

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This book deals with problems of approximation of continuous or bounded functions of several variables by linear superposition of functions that are from the same class and have fewer variables. Series: Translations of Mathematical Monographs.

Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society . 00, ISBN 0 7 (American Mathematical Society, 1997).

Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society English Français. Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 01 January 1999.

Translations of mathematical monographs ;, v. 159. Other Titles. Approximate nomography.

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Ya. Khavinson, Best Approximation by Linear Superpositions (Approximate Nomo-graphy), Translations of Mathematical Monographs 159, American Mathematical Society, Providence, RI, 1997, vii+175 pp. In most calculus texts superpositions of functions are studied along with two other opera-tions, namely addition and multiplication, with respect to properties such as continuity, dif-ferentiability, integrability, and so forth. Addition and multiplication of functions are further studied intensively through almost all branches of mathematical analysis (Banach spaces of.

Khavinson S. Best Approximation by Linear Superpositions (Approximate Nomography) . Best Approximation by Linear Superpositions (Approximate Nomography) // AMS Translations of Mathem.

A. N. Kolmogorov, On the representation of continuous functions of many variables by the superposition of continuous functions of one variable and an addition, Dokl. Khavinson, Best approximation by linear superpositions (approximate nomography), Transl. A. Nauk SSSR, 114, 953–956 (1957).