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Nonlinear Numerical Methods and Rational Approximation II

Nonlinear Numerical Methods and Rational Approximation II
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Dewey Class 511.4
Title Nonlinear Numerical Methods and Rational Approximation II ([EBook] /) / edited by Annie Cuyt.
Added Personal Name Cuyt, Annie editor.
Other name(s) SpringerLink (Online service)
Publication Dordrecht : : Springer Netherlands : : Imprint: Springer, , 1994.
Physical Details XVIII, 446 p. : online resource.
Series Mathematics and its applications ; 296
ISBN 9789401109703
Summary Note These are the proceedings of the international conference on "Nonlinear numerical methods and Rational approximation II" organised by Annie Cuyt at the University of Antwerp (Belgium), 05-11 September 1993. It was held for the third time in Antwerp at the conference center of UIA, after successful meetings in 1979 and 1987 and an almost yearly tradition since the early 70's. The following figures illustrate the growing number of participants and their geographical dissemination. In 1993 the Belgian scientific committee consisted of A. Bultheel (Leuven), A. Cuyt (Antwerp), J. Meinguet (Louvain-Ia-Neuve) and J.-P. Thiran (Namur). The conference focused on the use of rational functions in different fields of Numer­ ical Analysis. The invited speakers discussed "Orthogonal polynomials" (D. S. Lu­ binsky), "Rational interpolation" (M. Gutknecht), "Rational approximation" (E. B. Saff) , "Pade approximation" (A. Gonchar) and "Continued fractions" (W. B. Jones). In contributed talks multivariate and multidimensional problems, applications and implementations of each main topic were considered. To each of the five main topics a separate conference day was devoted and a separate proceedings chapter compiled accordingly. In this way the proceedings reflect the organisation of the talks at the conference. Nonlinear numerical methods and rational approximation may be a nar­ row field for the outside world, but it provides a vast playground for the chosen ones. It can fascinate specialists from Moscow to South-Africa, from Boulder in Colorado and from sunny Florida to Zurich in Switzerland.:
Contents note Orthogonal Polynomials -- Zeros of orthogonal and biorthogonal polynomials: some old, some new -- Some sequences arising in the creation of new orthogonal polynomials -- Convergence of Lagrange interpolation for Freud weights in weighted LP(IR),0 accuracy-through-order and the equivalence properties in the algebraic approximant -- On the vector-valued Padé approximants and the vector ?- algorithm -- Quadrature formulas on the unit circle and two-point Padé approximation -- Continued fractions -- A survey of truncation error analysis for Padé and continued fraction approximants -- Truncation error bounds for limit K-periodic continued fractions -- Continued fractions for the symmetric strong Stieltjes moment problem -- Observations on indeterminate Stieltjes moment problems -- A family of classical determinate Stieltjes moment problems with discrete solutions -- Convergence criteria of two-dimensional continued fractions -- First order linear recurrence systems and general N-fractions.
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Internet Site http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-0970-3
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