On Markov Moment Problem and Related Results

@article{Olteanu2021OnMM,
  title={On Markov Moment Problem and Related Results},
  author={Octav Olteanu},
  journal={Symmetry},
  year={2021},
  volume={13},
  pages={986}
}
We prove new results and complete our recently published theorems on the vector-valued Markov moment problem, by means of polynomial approximation on unbounded subsets, also applying an extension of the positive linear operators’ result. The domain is the Banach lattice of continuous real-valued functions on a compact subset or an Lν1 space, where ν is a positive moment determinate measure on a closed unbounded set. The existence and uniqueness of the operator solution are proved. Our solutions… 
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