Year 2020, Volume 49 , Issue 5, Pages 1594 - 1610 2020-10-06

Fractional order mixed difference operator and its applications in angular approximation

Ramazan AKGÜN [1]


Lebesgue spaces are considered with Muckenhoupt weights. Fractional order mixed difference operator is investigated to obtain mixed fractional modulus of smoothness in these spaces. Using this modulus of smoothness we give the proof of direct and inverse estimates of angular trigonometric approximation. Also we obtain an equivalence between fractional mixed modulus of smoothness and fractional mixed K-functional.


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Difference Operator, Lebesgue spaces, Muckenhoupt weights, Angular Trigonometric Approximation, mixed modulus of smoothness
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Primary Language en
Subjects Mathematics
Journal Section Mathematics
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0001-6247-8518
Author: Ramazan AKGÜN (Primary Author)
Institution: BALIKESIR UNIVERSITY
Country: Turkey


Supporting Institution Balikesir University Research Projects
Project Number 2019/01
Dates

Publication Date : October 6, 2020

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APA Akgün, R . (2020). Fractional order mixed difference operator and its applications in angular approximation . Hacettepe Journal of Mathematics and Statistics , 49 (5) , 1594-1610 . DOI: 10.15672/hujms.569410
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Chicago Akgün, R . "Fractional order mixed difference operator and its applications in angular approximation". Hacettepe Journal of Mathematics and Statistics 49 (2020 ): 1594-1610
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AMA Akgün R . Fractional order mixed difference operator and its applications in angular approximation. Hacettepe Journal of Mathematics and Statistics. 2020; 49(5): 1594-1610.
Vancouver Akgün R . Fractional order mixed difference operator and its applications in angular approximation. Hacettepe Journal of Mathematics and Statistics. 2020; 49(5): 1594-1610.