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Canuto C., Tabacco A., Karsten U. The wavelet element method. Part II: Realization and additional features in 2D and 3D. Preprint ercim.cnr.ian//1997-1052, 1997.
 
 
Abstract
(English)
The Wavelet Element Method (WEM) provides a construction of multiresolution systems and biorthogonal wavelets on fairly general domains. These are split into subdomains that are mapped to a single reference hypercube. Tensor products of scaling functions and wavelets defined on the unit interval are used on the reference domain. By introducing appropriate matching conditions across the interelement boundaries, a globally continuous biorthogonal wavalet basis on the general domain is obtained. This construction does not uniquely define the basis functions but rather leaves some freedom for fulfilling additional features. In this paper we detail the general construction principle of the WEM to the 1D, 2D and 3D cases. We address additional features such as symmetry, vanishing moments and minimal support of the wavelet functions in each particular dimension. The construction is illustrated by using biorthogonal spline wavelets on the interval.
Subject Wavelet Element Method, Matching conditions
42C15, 65N55, 65M70



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