On wavelet decomposition of Hermite type splines
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We consider wavelet decompositions of spaces of Hermite type splines of class C1(α, β) that are defined by a 4-component vector-valued function ϕ(t) ∈ C1 (α, β) by means of a grid X (not necessarily uniform) on (α, β) ∈ ℝ1 (the special case ϕ(t)def = (1, t, t2,t3)T corresponds to cubic Hermite splines). The basis wavelets obtained are compactly supported. The decomposition and reconstruction formulas are given. Bibliography: 8 titles.
KeywordsWavelet Decomposition Basis Wavelet Wavelet Theory Nonuniform Grid Spline Space
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