By João B. (Ed.) Prolla

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L lemma: we have [ f (x) I f (x) I . l E Mx(X). t: boundaJty ization of Korovkin spaces. It uses the notion of the 0XX x E of X X with respect to permitting only X which by definition is the setof points Ex as a representing measure: {x E X The. n 6unct-<-oYl. 6pace. opace -<-6 and only THEOREM 2: '<'6 0xx = x. It is this result which allows in many concrete examples a quick proof of a Korovkin-type theorem. In particular, Korovkin'sclassical result follows almost immediately. It states that, for a compact interval X = [a,b] on the real line functions 1, id, id 2 (id = identity lR, map the linear hull of the three x ~ x) is a Korovkin space.

Equals X We have seen that in the relative theory one cannot expect a similar result out an additional assumption on £. (X) of (in the sense of Choquet). £ leads to the complete generalization of Theorem 1. ai if the state space S (£) is a simplex. ve. ne: Kor The proof given in Lazar [6] [8] (:IC, £) = "'£ 3C • makes use of the selection theorem of for (metrizable) simplexes. e -i6 and only -i6 For the remaining part of the proof we only have that il£ to observe {f'" = f} obtain a is contained in the intersection of all the sets X with arbitrary i£ = £.

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