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Let f ∈ S � ∩ Lp , then The Fourier-analytical approach 35 Epj (f ) = inf �f − g | Lp �, (9) � j where the inﬁmum is taken over all g ∈ S ∩ Lp with supp gˆ ⊂ B . These are best approximations of f by entire analytic functions of a given order. Proposition. Let 0 < p � ∞, 0 < q � ∞ and s > n( 1p − 1)+ , then s = Bpq f ∈ S � ∩ Lp : �f | Lp � + (equivalent quasi-norms). ∞ � j=0 1/q 2jsq Epj (f )q <∞ . (10) Remark 3. It is one of the striking discoveries of the ﬁrst decades of our century that smoothness of functions can be expressed in terms of approximation schemes.

F → ψf should be a linear and bounded operator from the space in question into itself, and S should be a linear subspace of this space. Unfortunately, Hp (Rn ) with 0 < p � 1 has not this property, in contrast to Hp (Rn ) = Lp (Rn ) with 1 < p < ∞. , [Gol2], [Tri5: p. 164]. But pointwise multiplication does not preserve this property. 4/2–4). 3/12). 4/2–4) only expressions of the type ϕj (D)f = ϕ(tD)f with t = 2−j � 1. (6) This observation may suggest to replace supt>0 in (5) by something like sup0

We described above the method which started in 1977 with the second part of [CaT]. On the other hand, N. P. Calder´on’s original complex method for Banach spaces. But only recently substantial progress has been made. In our context the paper by M. Cwikel, M. Milman and Y. Sagher [CMS2] (1986) is of special interest. In particular, an interpolation theorem of type (8) is proved and seemingly it can be extended to an assertion of type (4). In this connection we refer also to [RVVW, CwS, Vig]. Remark 3.