2018
Том 70
№ 7

All Issues

Dzyubenko H. A.

Articles: 5
Article (Ukrainian)

Pointwise estimation of an almost copositive approximation of continuous functions by algebraic polynomials

Dzyubenko H. A.

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Ukr. Mat. Zh. - 2017. - 69, № 5. - pp. 641-649

In the case where a function continuous on a segment $f$ changes its sign at $s$ points $y_i : 1 < y_s < y_{s-1} < ... < y_1 < 1$, for any $n \in N$ greater then a constant $N(k, y_i)$ that depends only on $k \in N$ and \$\min_{i=1,...,s-1}\{ y_i - y_{i+1}\}$, we determine an algebraic polynomial $P_n$ of degree \leq n such that: $P_n$ has the same sign as f everywhere except possibly small neighborhoods of the points $y_i$: ($$(y_i \rho_n(y_i), y_i + \rho_n(y_i)),\quad \rho_n(x) := 1/n2 + \sqrt{1 - x^2}/n,$$ $P_n(y_i) = 0$ and $$| f(x) P_n(x)| \leq c(k, s)\omega_k(f, \rho_n(x)),\quad x \in [ 1, 1],$$ where $c(k, s)$ is a constant that depends only on $k$ and $s$ and $\omega k(f, \cdot )$ is the modulus of continuity of the function $f$ of order $k$.

Article (Ukrainian)

Comonotone approximation of twice differentiable periodic functions

Dzyubenko H. A.

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Ukr. Mat. Zh. - 2009. - 61, № 4. - pp. 435-451

In the case where a $2π$-periodic function $f$ is twice continuously differentiable on the real axis $ℝ$ and changes its monotonicity at different fixed points $y_i ∈ [− π, π), i = 1,…, 2s, s ∈ ℕ $(i.e., on $ℝ$, there exists a set $Y := {y_i } i∈ℤ$ of points $y_i = y_{i+2s} + 2π$ such that the function $f$ does not decrease on $[y_i , y_{i−1}]$ if $i$ is odd and does not increase if $i$ is even), for any natural $k$ and $n, n ≥ N(Y, k) = const$, we construct a trigonometric polynomial $T_n$ of order $≤n$ that changes its monotonicity at the same points $y_i ∈ Y$ as $f$ and is such that $$∥f−T_n∥ ≤ \frac{c(k,s)}{n^2} ω_k(f″,1/n)$$ $$(∥f−T_n∥ ≤ \frac{c(r+k,s)}{n^r} ω_k(f^{(r)},1/ n),f ∈ C^{(r)},\; r ≥ 2),$$ where $N(Y, k)$ depends only on $Y$ and $k, c(k, s)$ is a constant depending only on $k$ and $s, ω k (f, ⋅)$ is the modulus of smoothness of order $k$ for the function $f$, and $‖⋅‖$ is the max-norm.

Article (Ukrainian)

Pointwise Estimates for the Coconvex Approximation of Differentiable Functions

Dzyubenko H. A., Zalizko V. D.

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Ukr. Mat. Zh. - 2005. - 57, № 1. - pp. 47–59

We obtain pointwise estimates for the coconvex approximation of functions of the class $W^r,\; r > 3$.

Article (Ukrainian)

Coconvex Approximation of Functions with More than One Inflection Point

Dzyubenko H. A., Zalizko V. D.

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Ukr. Mat. Zh. - 2004. - 56, № 3. - pp. 352-365

Assume that fC[−1, 1] belongs to C[−1, 1] and changes its convexity at s > 1 different points y i, \(\overline {1,s} \) , from (−1, 1). For nN, n ≥ 2, we construct an algebraic polynomial P n of order ≤ n that changes its convexity at the same points y i as f and is such that $$|f(x) - P_n (x)|\;\; \leqslant \;\;C(Y)\omega _3 \left( {f;\frac{1}{{n^2 }} + \frac{{\sqrt {1 - x^2 } }}{n}} \right),\;\;\;\;\;x\;\; \in \;\;[ - 1,\;1],$$ where ω3(f; t) is the third modulus of continuity of the function f and C(Y) is a constant that depends only on \(\mathop {\min }\limits_{i = 0,...,s} \left| {y_i - y_{i + 1} } \right|,\;\;y_0 = 1,\;\;y_{s + 1} = - 1\) , y 0 = 1, y s + 1 = −1.

Article (English)

Coconvex Pointwise Approximation

Dzyubenko H. A., Gilewicz J., Shevchuk I. A.

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Ukr. Mat. Zh. - 2002. - 54, № 9. - pp. 1200-1212

Assume that a function fC[−1, 1] changes its convexity at a finite collection Y := {y 1, ... y s} of s points y i ∈ (−1, 1). For each n > N(Y), we construct an algebraic polynomial P n of degree ≤ n that is coconvex with f, i.e., it changes its convexity at the same points y i as f and $$\left| {f\left( x \right) - P_n \left( x \right)} \right| \leqslant c{\omega }_{2} \left( {f,\frac{{\sqrt {1 - x^2 } }}{n}} \right), x \in \left[ { - 1,1} \right],$$ where c is an absolute constant, ω2(f, t) is the second modulus of smoothness of f, and if s = 1, then N(Y) = 1. We also give some counterexamples showing that this estimate cannot be extended to the case of higher smoothness.