We introduce and study a family of integral operators in the Kantorovich sense acting on functions defined on locally compact topological groups. We obtain convergence results for the above operators with respect to the pointwise and uniform convergence and in the setting of Orlicz spaces with respect to the modular convergence. Moreover, we show how our theory applies to several classes of integral and discrete operators, as sampling, convolution and Mellin type operators in the Kantorovich sense, thus obtaining a simultaneous approach for discrete and integral operators. Further, we obtain general convergence results in particular cases of Orlicz spaces, as $L^p$ spaces, interpolation spaces and exponential spaces. Finally we construct some concrete examples of our operators and we show some graphical representations.

Approximation results for a general class of Kantorovich type operators

VINTI, Gianluca;ZAMPOGNI, Luca
2014

Abstract

We introduce and study a family of integral operators in the Kantorovich sense acting on functions defined on locally compact topological groups. We obtain convergence results for the above operators with respect to the pointwise and uniform convergence and in the setting of Orlicz spaces with respect to the modular convergence. Moreover, we show how our theory applies to several classes of integral and discrete operators, as sampling, convolution and Mellin type operators in the Kantorovich sense, thus obtaining a simultaneous approach for discrete and integral operators. Further, we obtain general convergence results in particular cases of Orlicz spaces, as $L^p$ spaces, interpolation spaces and exponential spaces. Finally we construct some concrete examples of our operators and we show some graphical representations.
2014
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