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L p Bernstein estimates and approximation by spherical basis functions. (English) Zbl 1200.41019
Summary: The purpose of this paper is to establish L p error estimates, a Bernstein inequality, and inverse theorems for approximation by a space comprising spherical basis functions located at scattered sites on the unit n-sphere. In particular, the Bernstein inequality estimates L p Bessel-potential Sobolev norms of functions in this space in terms of the minimal separation and the L p norm of the function itself. An important step in its proof involves measuring the L p stability of functions in the approximating space in terms of the p norm of the coefficients involved. As an application of the Bernstein inequality, we derive inverse theorems for SBF approximation in the L P norm. Finally, we give a new characterization of Besov spaces on the n-sphere in terms of spaces of SBFs.
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41A27Inverse theorems in approximation theory