George A. Anastassiou

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We prove the basic fuzzy Korovkin theorem via a fuzzy Shisha– Mond inequality given here. This determines the degree of convergence with rates of a sequence of fuzzy positive linear operators to the fuzzy unit operator. The surprising fact is that only the real case Korovkin assumptions are enough for the validity of the fuzzy Korovkin theorem, along with a(More)
We present optimal upper bounds for the deviation of a fuzzy continuous function from its fuzzy average over [a, b] ⊂ R, error is measured in the D-fuzzy metric. The established fuzzy Ostrowski type inequalities are sharp, in fact attained by simple fuzzy real number valued functions. These inequalities are given for fuzzy Hölder and fuzzy differentiable(More)