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a megye (county) in Hungary, located between the Danube River and Lake Balaton, mainly on the Mezőfóld Plain and the Vértes and Bakony mountains to the northwest. Population, 399,000 (1973). Fejér covers an area of 4,374 sq km. Its administrative center is Székesfehérvár.

Fejér has an industrial and agricultural economy. In 1970 industry and construction employed 49.8 percent of the economically independent population, and agriculture 25.2 percent. Lignite is mined at Mor, and bauxites are mined at the Gánt and Iszkaszentgyôrgy deposits, which yield approximately 700,000 tons annually, or one-third of the country’s total bauxite output. Fejér is an important center for ferrous metallurgy. The Danube Metallurgical Combine in Dunaújváros accounts for approximately one-third of the country’s total steel output. There is also a rolled-alluminum plant in Székesfehérvár. Also in Székesfehérvár are the Ikarus Bus Plant, which accounts for 33 percent of the country’s total output of motor vehicles, and the Videoton Radio and Television Plant, which produces all of Hungary’s radio receivers and 72 percent of its television sets.

Fejér’s machine-tool and instrument-making industries are also important. The megye has enterprises of the pulp and paper industry that account for 70 percent of Hungary’s pulp production and 49 percent of its paper production. It also has enterprises of the textile and garment industries.

Approximately 70 percent of the territory of Fejér is cultivated, and approximately 6 percent is forested. The main crops are maize and wheat; the main industrial crop is sugar beets. Vegetables and fruits, including grapes, are raised, and dairy cattle and pigs are fattened.


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Lopez-Bonilla, Fejer and Dirichlet kernels: Their associatedpolynomials, J.
is integrable and 1 [less than or equal to] p < [infinity] then Feichtinger and Weisz [9, 6] verified the norm convergence of the [theta]-summation method (see also Grafakos and Lennard [12] for the Fejer means).
Project Engineer Alex Fejer said, "We designed the LPG Magna to be just as user-friendly as the standard car.
A number of major contracts were signed during the first-half of 2003/2004, such as Alcatel Space and Generali in France, Sambacy Group in Turkey and Gavle in Sweden, the school systems of Frankfurt, Milan, Sienna and Budapest, the University of Utrecht, 20 centers for the disabled in Fejer, Hungary and the Fremap clinic in Spain.
By taking an inverse Fourier transform we are led naturally to expansions in terms of Fejer functions.
Much more is known in the univariate case, but the computational problem is still open in one complex variable (where, however, good alternatives are known, like Fejer or Leja-like points; see [3, 27]).
Finally, following our successes in Budapest and Debrecen, we solidified our position in Hungary with 20 centers for the handicapped in the county of Fejer.
For example, the equivalence of the approximation error of the family generated by Fejer kernels to the realization of the K-functional related to the Riesz derivative was established in [4].
Tim has been instrumental to the success of tunable laser commercialization," said Professor Martin Fejer of Stanford University, a recognized leader in the field of nonlinear optics and optical-signal processing.
Part 5 Fejer county and the M8 motorway, allocation Au 6,369,000
BOS, Some remarks on the Fejer problem for Lagrange interpolation in several variables, J.