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Approximation of set-valued functions : adaptation of classical approximation operators
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**Approximation of set-valued functions : adaptation of classical approximation operators**represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in**University of Missouri Libraries**. This resource is a combination of several types including: Work, Language Material, Books.- Label
- Approximation of set-valued functions : adaptation of classical approximation operators

- Title remainder
- adaptation of classical approximation operators

- Statement of responsibility
- Nira Dyn, Elza Farkhi, Alona Mokhov, Tel Aviv University, Israel

- Language
- eng

- Summary
- This book is aimed at the approximation of set-valued functions with compact sets in an Euclidean space as values. The interest in set-valued functions is rather new. Such functions arise in various modern areas such as control theory, dynamical systems and optimization. The authors' motivation also comes from the newer field of geometric modeling, in particular from the problem of reconstruction of 3D objects from 2D cross-sections. This is reflected in the focus of this book, which is the approximation of set-valued functions with general (not necessarily convex) sets as values, while previous results on this topic are mainly confined to the convex case. The approach taken in this book is to adapt classical approximation operators and to provide error estimates in terms of the regularity properties of the approximated set-valued functions. Specialized results are given for functions with 1D sets as values. Readership: Researchers and graduate students in the fields of approximation theory, set-valued analysis, dynamical systems, control and game theory, optimization and geometric modeling. --Provided by publisher

- Cataloging source
- DLC

- Dewey number
- 515/.8

- Illustrations
- illustrations

- Index
- index present

- LC call number
- QA221

- LC item number
- .D94 2014

- Literary form
- non fiction

- Nature of contents
- bibliography

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