A Nonlinear Extension of Korovkin’s Theorem

  title={A Nonlinear Extension of Korovkin’s Theorem},
  author={Sorin G. Gal and Constantin P. Niculescu},
  journal={arXiv: Classical Analysis and ODEs},
In this paper we extend the classical Korovkin theorems to the framework of comonotone additive, sublinear and monotone operators. Based on the theory of Choquet capacities, several concrete examples illustrating our results are also discussed. 
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