A Short Course on Approximation Theory

A Short Course on Approximation Theory

A Short Course on Approximation Theory
by N. L. Carothers

Publisher: Bowling Green State University 2009
Number of pages: 159

This text is intended as a survey of elementary techniques in Approximation Theory for novices and non-experts. It is sufficient background to facilitate reading more advanced books on the subject. Prerequisites for a thorough understanding of the text include a first course in advanced calculus or real analysis.

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