Event № 487
This talk is devoted to inequalities for best approximations and moduli of smoothness of functions and their derivatives in the spaces $L_p, p > 0.$ Namely, we consider the so-called direct inequalities (upper estimates of a best approximation (modulus of smoothness) of a function via the best approximation (modulus of smoothness) of the derivatives of the function) and the corresponding (weak) inverse inequalities. In the spaces $L_p, p \ge 1,$ both inequalities are well studied. In contrast, in the spaces $L_p, 0 < p < 1,$ there are only some partial positive results related to the inverse inequalities and some examples of functions for which the standard direct inequalities in $L_p, 0 < p < 1,$ are impossible. In my talk, first positive results related to the direct inequalities in the spaces $L_p, 0 < p < 1,$ will be presented. New (weak) inverse inequalities will also be discussed. These results are obtained for the approximation of functions by trigonometric polynomials, algebraic polynomials, and splines, as well as for periodic and non-periodic moduli of smoothness.