By Klaus Ritter

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Oo t e D, exists. , hn - ht)KI < ](h~, h~)KI + IIh~llK" [Ihn - h~llK yields lim,,-~oo(h~, hn)g = O. We define H(K) to consist of the pointwise limits of arbitrary Cauchy sequences in Ho, and we put (g, h)K ---- lim (g~, hn)K n ---~ o o 1. R E P R O D U C I N G KERNEL HILBERT SPACES 35 for pointwise limits g and h of Cauchy sequences g,~ and hn in H0. It is easily checked that (-, ")K is a well defined symmetric bilinear form on H ( K ) . ,t))K = lim (hn,K(',t))K = lim ha(t) = h(t), and hereby we get (h, h)K = 0 iff h = O.

The latter problem is defined by representers YS and 3Sn. By Corollary 12, (:JS, h)g = S(h), (3Sn, h)K = Sn (h) for every h E H(K), so that the worst case problem also consists of approximating S by Sn. We conclude that the average error of S,~ with respect to P coincides with the maximal error of S,, on B(K). PROPOSITION 17. Let Sn denote a linear method, which approximates the linear functional S. , S, P) = ¢max(Sn, S, B(K)) = II S - S,,IIK. For the integration problem we have S(f) = Inte (f) = fo f(t) .

IF (f -- Tn (f), ~j)2 dP (f) 3 n = E sup{(h - Sn(h),~j)2: h e B ( K ) } -4- y ~ / t j j>n j=l _< : j>n j>n EXAMPLE 28. Let us look at L2-approximation with 0 = 1 in the average case setting with respect to the Wiener measure w. 12 determines optimal methods that use function values only, and the minimal errors are e2(n, A std, App 2, w) = (2. (3n + 1)) -1/2 "~ (6n) -1/2. Recall that K(s, t) = min(s, t) for the Wiener measure. The corresponding unit ball B(K) consists of all function h • W~([0, 1]) with h(0) = 0 and [[h'][2 < 1, see Example 5.