On the Moment Problem and Related Problems

@article{Olteanu2021OnTM,
  title={On the Moment Problem and Related Problems},
  author={Octav Olteanu},
  journal={Mathematics},
  year={2021}
}
Firstly, we recall the classical moment problem and some basic results related to it. By its formulation, this is an inverse problem: being given a sequence (yj)j∈ℕn  of real numbers and a closed subset F⊆ℝn, n∈{1,2,…}, find a positive regular Borel measure μ on F such that ∫Ftjdμ=yj, j∈ℕn. This is the full moment problem. The existence, uniqueness, and construction of the unknown solution μ are the focus of attention. The numbers yj, j∈ℕn are called the moments of the measure μ. When a… 

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