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Balanced Scaling Vectors Using Linear Combinations of Existing Scaling Vectors
Approximation Theory XI: Gatlinburg
  • Bruce Kessler, Western Kentucky University
Publication Date
1-28-2005
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Originally published in Approximation Theory XI: Gatlinburg 2004, edited by C.K. Chui, M. Neamtu, and L.L. Schumaker, Nashboro Press, Brentwood, TN (2005): 197-208. ISBN 0-9728482-5-8.

Abstract
The majority of the research done into creating balanced multiwavelets has involved establishing a series of conditions on the mask of the new scaling vector by solving a large nonlinear system. The result is a completely different new function vector solution to the dilation equation with the new matrix coefficients. The research presented here will show a way to use previously-constructed orthonormal scaling vectors to generate equivalent orthonormal scaling vectors that are balanced up to the approximation order of the previous scaling vector. The technique uses linear combinations of the integer translates of the previous-constructed scaling vector.
Citation Information
Bruce Kessler. "Balanced Scaling Vectors Using Linear Combinations of Existing Scaling Vectors" Approximation Theory XI: Gatlinburg (2005) p. 197 - 208
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