Event № 436
In this talk we discuss asymptotic relations between sharp constants of approximation theory in a general setting. We first present a general model that includes a circle of problems of finding sharp or asymptotically sharp constants in some areas of univariate and multivariate approximation theory, such as inequalities for approximating elements, approximation of individual elements, and approximation on classes of elements. Next we discuss sufficient conditions that imply limit inequalities and equalities between various sharp constants. Finally, we present applications of these results to sharp constants in Bernstein-V. A. Markov type inequalities of different metrics for univariate and multivariate trigonometric and algebraic polynomials and entire functions of exponential type.