Fuzzy Mathematics: Approximation Theory
This monograph is the r st in Fuzzy Approximation Theory. It contains mostly the author s research work on fuzziness of the last ten years and relies a lot on - and it is a natural outgrowth of them. It belongs to the broader area of Fuzzy Mathematics. Chapters are self-contained and several advanced courses can be taught out of this book. We provide lots of applications but always within the framework of Fuzzy Mathematics. In each chapter is given background and motivations. A c- plete list of references is provided at the end. The topics covered are very diverse. In Chapter 1 we give an extensive basic background on Fuzziness and Fuzzy Real Analysis, as well a complete description of the book. In the following Chapters 2,3 we cover in deep Fuzzy Di?erentiation and Integ- tion Theory, e.g. we present Fuzzy Taylor Formulae. It follows Chapter 4 on Fuzzy Ostrowski Inequalities. Then in Chapters 5, 6 we present results on classical algebraic and trigonometric polynomial Fuzzy Approximation.
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