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In connection with Lemma 1, I should point out that it is not by any means trivial to construct an element of H with positive infimum. To do so in C51, I first proved that the distance c in IRN from 0 to the convex hull A of {@(x) : x E [O,l]} is positive. Application of the Separation Theorem [l, Chapter 9, Theorem 31 then yields (al, , %) E RN such that ... The required element of H is then N ai@i We now arrive at two constructive substitutes for the classical characterisation of best Chebyshev approximants.

8. THEOREM. PROOF. i = 1, 2. for By t h e previous theorem every IIXI-generated s e t i s a s t r o n g base and hence i s a base. 57. THE IICI-PRESENTATION AXIOM The main a i m of t h i s f i n a l s e c t i o n i s t o show t h a t every s e t has a IIZI-presentation. This i s done by coding each s m a l l t y p e set T(A) set S(T(;), = A. such t h a t a s a n i n j e c t i v e l y presented HCI-generated A It then e a s i l y follows t h a t f o r each s e t i s a f u n c t i o n with range a) a a, t h e and domain t h e ILCI-generated set T(;).

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