Carleson–Jacobs theorem

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In mathematics, the Carleson–Jacobs theorem, introduced by Carleson and Jacobs (1972), describes the best approximation to a continuous function on the unit circle by a function in a Hardy space.[1]

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  1. ^ Garnett 1981, p. 139.

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