modulus of continuity


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modulus of continuity

[′mäj·ə·ləs əv ‚känt·ən′ü·əd·ē]
(mathematics)
For a real valued continuous function ƒ, this is the function whose value at a real number r is the maximum of the modulus of ƒ(x) - ƒ(y) where the modulus of x-y is less than r; this function is useful in approximation theory.
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Now we present a very useful property of the modulus of continuity.
A function [omega] of a modulus of continuity type on the interval [0,2[pi]] satisfies the condition [mathematical expression not reproducible]
Alternately, the complete modulus of continuity of fi which we denote by [omega](f; [delta]) is defined as
where [omega]([d.sup.r]f/[dx.sup.r],) is the modulus of continuity of [d.sup.r]f/[dx.sup.r].
Blasco, "Modulus of continuity with respect to semigroups of analytic functions and applications," Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, vol.
Now use properties of modulus of continuity then we have
The modulus of continuity has the following properties ([3], p.
Lemma 4.7 Let X have a density [f.sub.X] with modulus of continuity [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] and let ([X.sub.n]) be defined by (5).
An abstract modulus of continuity, defined by the cosine operator function, will play an important role in our paper.
The full modulus of continuity of f is defined as follows:
For f [member of] C[0, 1], [delta] > 0, we define the modulus of continuity [omega](f, [delta]) as follows:
MODULUS OF CONTINUITY, THE BEST APPROXIMATIONS, AND BLACKMAN- AND ROGOSINSKI-TYPE OPERATORS