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Just over 60 years ago, G. Grünwald and J. Marcinkiewicz discovered a divergence phenomenon pertaining to Lagrange interpolation polynomials based on the Chebyshev nodes of the first kind. The main result of the present paper is an extension of their now classical theorem. In particular, we shall show that this divergence phenomenon occurs for odd higher order Hermite–Fejér interpolation polynomials of which Lagrange interpolation polynomials form one special case.
The aim of this paper is to continue our investigation of the Lebesgue function of weighted Lagrange interpolation by considering Erdős weights on ℝ and weights on [−1, 1]. The main results give lower bounds for the Lebesgue function on large subsets of the relevant domains.
This paper deals with Hermite-Fejér interpolation of functions defined on a semi-infinite interval but the nodes are equally spaced. It is shown that, under certain conditions, the interpolation process has poor approximation properties.