Error Inequalities in Polynomial Interpolation and Their by Ravi P. Agarwal, Patricia J. Y. Wong (auth.)

By Ravi P. Agarwal, Patricia J. Y. Wong (auth.)

This quantity, which offers the cumulation of the authors' examine within the box, bargains with Lidstone, Hermite, Abel--Gontscharoff, Birkhoff, piecewise Hermite and Lidstone, spline and Lidstone--spline interpolating difficulties. particular representations of the interpolating polynomials and linked errors capabilities are given, in addition to specific blunders inequalities in quite a few norms. Numerical illustrations are supplied of the significance and sharpness of many of the effects got. additionally verified are the importance of those leads to the idea of normal differential equations akin to greatest ideas, boundary price difficulties, oscillation concept, disconjugacy and disfocality.
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2) has a solution. Proof. 7) implies that q 1 f(t, x(t)) 1 ::; L + L Li(2Ki)"i = Q1, say. 1 are satisfied with Q replaced by Q1 provided 1(, 0 ::; i ::; q are sufficiently large. 3. Suppose that the function f(t, Xo, Xl, ... 2) has a solution in D l . Proof. 12) Define M[O, 1] as the space of q times continuously differentiable functions. 13) II y II = max { sup 099 sup 1I"-2i I y{2i l {t) . sm 1I"t I , 0 ::; [q] i::; - 2 j 11"-2; I y{2i+1l{t) I . [q - 1]} + 11"{1 - 2t) cos 1I"t ,0 -< z -< -2- 099 2 sin 1I"t LIDSTONE INTERPOLATION 26 then it becomes a Banach space.

5. 17) has an infinite number of solu- sin 7rt, where c is an arbitrary constant. 2) with q = 0 has at most one solution. 2) so that (_1)m[x{2m)(t) - y{2m)(t)J and hence (-l)m[x(t) - y(t)][x{2m)(t) - y{2m}(t)J = f(t,x(t)) = f(t,y(t)) [x(t) - y(t)][f(t,x(t)) - f(t,y(t))J < 0, where the inequality follows as a consequence of the non increasing nature of f(t, uo) in Uo. Now an integration by parts gives that (_l)m fo1[x(t) - y(t)][x{2m}(t) - y{2m}(t)J dt = (_1)2m fo1[x{m)(t) which is possible only when x(t) == y(t).

2). 1. Suppose that (i) J(i > 0, 0 ~ i ~ q are given real numbers and let Q be the maximum of I f(t,xo,Xl, ... • , Xq) : I Xi Q (-1 )m-i E 2m - 2i < /( (1'1') 22m-2i(2m _ 2i)! - °-< . ' 2i, Z- (iii) Q (_1)m-i+12 (2 2m - 2i - 1) B2m- 2i < /( . (iv) max {I ai (v) I ai - (2m - 2i)! +1, - - I, I (3Hi I} I, I (3Hi I) [q -1] . 2 ' (-I)kE2k] 22k(2k)! (_1)10+12 (2210 -1) B2k] (2k)! 1] . ° . 2) has a solution in Do. Proof. 2) is equivalent to the following Fredholm type of integral equation E[akAk(l- t) + (3"A,,(t)] + 10 I 9m(t,S) I f(s,x(s))ds.

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