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MAZUR-ORLICZ THEOREM IN CONCRETE SPACES AND INVERSE PROBLEMS RELATED TO THE MOMENT PROBLEM

@inproceedings{Olteanu2017MAZURORLICZTI,
  title={MAZUR-ORLICZ THEOREM IN CONCRETE SPACES AND INVERSE PROBLEMS RELATED TO THE MOMENT PROBLEM},
  author={Octav Olteanu},
  year={2017}
}
In the first part of this work, we derive some new applications of a version of Mazur-Orlicz theorem, in concrete spaces of absolutely integrable functions and respectively continuous functions of several real variables. The second part is devoted to inverse problems related to the Markov moment problem. A geometric approach of approximating the solutions of a system with infinitely many equations involving transcendent functions, with infinitely many unknowns, is briefly discussed. 

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