On exponential approximation. (English) Zbl 0593.41017

From the introduction: ”A large number of events (processes) especially in economics, medicine, biology, physics, chemistry, etc., have an exponential character. Therefore, when constructing the formula expressing such a process, the natural starting point is the exponential function, which often reproduces the process more truly than other functions (e.g. polynomials). The aim of this article is to show one kind of exponential approximation.”
Reviewer: G.D.Taylor


41A30 Approximation by other special function classes
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