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L e / i . *(*) EE2 J}},,, 4(x)€e€E where £2 is the Hilbert space of square integrable real sequences. There is a one-toone correspondence between E 2 and £\, as well as between E 2 and £. Thus the sets £1 and £ are convex, and £2 is closed in the metric of the space £2. ,o>) . k) From Eq. 59, Eq. 60 and Eq. ^*) It = l . 64) where ^ R . After differentiation from Eq. ,w). 65) Substituting Eq. 65 into Eq. 63 we obtain A£(1,<^)2A* = 1. 66) k=i On the other hand, substituting the values Eq. 65 into Eq.

Eq. 49 holds. 3 can be expressed in the following way. Let A be a convex metric space with respect to the element a 6 A. Let (fj € A (j = 1 , . . , n) be an orthogonal system with respect to a E A. Then the element n b = ^ aw € A i=i with components Eq. 50 is the best linear approximation of a € A by this orthogonal system over the set S n in the sense that, among all admissible linear combinations of this orthogonal system, b has the smallest distance from a. ) is said to be an orthogonal system the element a G A, if the orthogonality conditions Eq.

11, it follows that ak ~ a = h 7T~1 T7TT (6i + . . + bn) a. 5. 1 will be used. The aim is to deal with the special case, where the set of weight functions is the set of discrete distribution functions with infinitely many points of discontinuity. We suppose in the following that F G E a is a strictly increasing distribution function. Then Fy is a family of distribution functions with parameter 1 < y < oo. It is obvious that Fy belonges to E 0 , and it is strictly increasing. Let ETV be the set of weight functions that are discrete distribution functions having discontinuities only at the points y = 2 , 3 , .