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coefficient and free term on the close interval [0 , 1]. The second example shows us the uniform convergence of the numerical solution in case of integrable coefficient and free term which are only continuous on the interval [0 , 1[. The third example

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For metric spaces (X, d x) and (Y, d y) we consider the Hausdorff metric topology
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on the set (CL(XY), ρ) of closed subsets of the product metrized by the product (box) metric ρ and consider the proximal topology
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defined on CL(XY). These topologies are inherited by the set G(X, Y) of closed-graph multifunctions from X to Y, if we identify each multifunction with its graph. Finally, we consider the topology of uniform convergence τ uc on the set F(X, 2Y) of all closed-valued multifunctions, i.e. functions from X to the set (CL(Y),
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) of closed subsets of Y metrized by the Hausdorff metric
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. We show the relationship between these topologies on the space G(X, Y) and also on the subspaces of minimal USCO maps and locally bounded densely continuous forms.
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The aim of this paper is to continue the investigation of the second author started in [14], where a weighted version of a classical result of P. Erdős was proved using Freud type weights. We shall show that an analogous statement is true for weighted interpolation if we consider exponential weights on [-1,1].

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The aim of this paper is to give such weighted function spaces in which the sequence of Cesàro means of Lagrange interpolatory polynomials on Jacobi roots are uniformly convergent.

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Starting from the Lagrange interpolation on the roots of Jacobi polynomials, a wide class of discrete linear processes is constructed using summations. Some special cases are also considered, such as the Fejr, de la Valle Poussin, Cesro, Riesz and Rogosinski summations. The aim of this note is to show that the sequences of this type of polynomials are uniformly convergent on the whole interval [-1,1] in suitable weighted spaces of continuous functions. Order of convergence will also be investigated. Some statements of this paper can be obtained as corollaries of our general results proved in [15].

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In this note noncommutative versions of Etemadi's SLLN and Petrov's SLLN are given. As a noncommutative counterpart of the classical almost sure convergence, the almost uniform convergence of measurable operators is used.

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In this study we deal with the weighted uniform convergence of the Meyer-König and Zeller type operators with endpoint or inner singularities.

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