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Inner Product Space in Fourier Approximation.

Journal: International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Research Technology (IJESRT) (Vol.3, No. 4)

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Page : 4002-4007

Keywords : Fourier Approximation;

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Let f be an element and S a subset of a normed linear space x. A basic Problem of approximation theory is to find an element of S, which is as close as possible to f, i.e. seek an element S* of S such that ‖ f - S* ‖ ? ‖f - s ‖ for all S* in S. This work seeks to use the fourier approximation method using the Inner product space to obtain a best approximation of functions. The fourier approximation in calculus is shown to be a special least square approximation. Define an inner product and norm on c [ -π, π] by the equation. f.g =∫ ?(

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