A new factorization technique of the matrix mask of univariate refinable functions

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Plonka-Hoch, Gerlind, Ron, Amos

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A univariate compactly supported refinable function $f$ can always be factored into $B_kast f$, with $B_k$ the B-spline of order $k$, $f$ a compactly supported distribution, and $k$ the approximation orders provided by the underlying shift-invariant space $S(f)$. Factorizations of univariate refinable {it vectors} $ff$ were also studied and utilized in the literature. One of the by-products of this article is a rigorous analysis of that factorization notion, including, possibly, the first precise definition of that process. The main goal of this article is the introduction of a special factorization algorithm of refinable vectors that generalizes the scalar case as closely (and unexpectedly) as possible: the original vector $ff$ is shown to be `almost' in the form $B_kastfff$, with $fff$ still compactly supported and refinable, and $k$ the approximation order of $S(ff)$: `almost' in the sense that $ff$ and $B_kastfff$ differ at most in one entry. The algorithm guarantees $fff$ to retain the possible favorable properties of $ff$, such as the stability of the shifts of $ff$ and/or the polynomiality of the mask symbol. At the same time, the theory and the algorithm are derived under relatively mild conditions and, in particular, apply to $ff$ whose shifts are not stable, as well as to refinable vectors which are not compactly supported. The usefulness of this specific factorization for the study of the smoothness of FSI wavelets (known also as `multiwavelets' and `multiple wavelets') is explained. The analysis invokes in an essential way the theory of finitely generated shift-invariant (FSI) spaces, and, in particular, the tool of {it superfunction theory}
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Fakultät für Mathematik
Dewey Dezimal-Klassifikation:
500 Naturwissenschaften und Mathematik » 510 Mathematik
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nonorthogonal expansions, 41A25 Rate of convergence, generalized Fourier expansions, embedding theorems, 42A85 Convolution, 46E35 Sobolev spaces and other spaces of ``smooth', degree of approximation, 42C15 Series of general orthogonal functions, factorization, trace theorems
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Englisch
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