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K , which is deﬁned on GK (X) as Kx , Ky K := K(x, y). For convolution kernels K(x, y) = k(x − y), where k has a positive Fourier transform, spaces HK (Rd ) can be characterized in terms of weighted Fourier transforms. The d-dimensional Fourier transform is the operator F deﬁned on L2 ∩ L1 as 1 F (f )(s) = fˆ(s) = eix·s f (x) dx (2π)d/2 Rd and extended as an isometry to L2 . The next theorem is from  (see also  for an earlier less rigorous formulation). Theorem 1. , K(x, y) = k(x − y) for all x, y ∈ Rd .
The work presented in this paper was supported by Polish national budget funds for science. References 1. : Model predictive control. Springer, London (1999) 2. : Neural networks – a comprehensive foundation. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliﬀs (1999) 3. : Identiﬁcation of nonlinear systems using neural networks and polynomial models: block oriented approach. Springer, London (2004) 4. : Computationally eﬃcient nonlinear predictive control based on neural Wiener models. Neurocomputing 74, 401–417 (2010) 5.
Kainen Proposition 1. Let X ⊆ Rd , z = (u, v), where u = (u1 , . . , um ) ∈ X m and v = (v1 , . . , vm ) ∈ Rm . Then (i) Ez is continuous on (C(X), . sup ); (ii) for any symmetric positive semidefinite kernel K : X × X → Rd , Ez is continuous on (HK (X), . K ). Proof. (i) Let f, g ∈ C(X) be such that f − h sup < δ. ,m 2f (ui ). So Ez is continuous at f . (ii) Let Fu : HK (X) → Rd be an evaluation operator deﬁned for every f ∈ HK (X) as Fu (f ) = (f (u1 ), . . , f (um )). Then Ez (f ) = Fu (f ) − v 22,m , where m 1 2 the norm .