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Van Wickeren [DNWl]. They survey the most important trends, results and applications, prove many new theorems and refer to 76 + 66 other connected works. ), lacunary interpolation, mean convergence, etc. 2 are in P. 3 is in [K4]. 3 The notion of "fine" and "rough" theory of interpolation was intro­ duced by P. Erdos and P. Turin [ET4]. These terms refer to the different situations when the convergence-divergence of the Lagrange interpolation can be determined from the order of the Lebesgue constant (rough theory), or when this cannot be decided (fine theory).

And consider the following class of opera­ tors A n , m n ( / , x ) : (i) ^n,m n (/,s) £ Pn+mn-2 for any / e C, (ii) Antmn (/, xkn) = f{xkn)} k = 1 , . . , n, xkn = cos a |^ i Jr. Notice that we do not require linearity in the definition. We emphasize 37 38 Interpolation of Functions this because then operators of the form n x X An,mn(f> ) = P(/> ) + ]CM Xfc ") ~ P(f>Xkn))qkn{x) , fc=l where p(f, x) G Pn+mn-2 is the best approximating polynomial of f(x) and qkn(x) e Pn+mn-2 are such that qkn{xin) = &ki>fc,£= 1 , .

33) On the other hand 3+ tn* . 3-tnn rt. " < 1 — . 37) < 1 . 37) imply |£2(y1,x)|3-tn and Xl-x2 = 0(±). 48) we get Xi — X > COS 1 \ti{Yux)+ta{Yltx)\ =0ltx)+t2(Yltx)\ \ti(Y 1 ^ {^r- 3 - t„ = 0(1). = 0(1). 29) is completely proved. We now show that if for sufficiently large n's II \h(Y1,>)| + |£a(*i. 52) for sufficiently large n's. 52). >£. 41). Now let / G Lip7 be arbitrary, A; = [y/n\ + 1, and let p G Pk be the best approximating polynomial of f(x) of degree at most fc.

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