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Kunoth continue to write AT for the operator of the adjoint system to distinguish it from the primal system. 27) is to be solved later. However, in order to derive convergent iterations and deduce complexity estimates, a different formulation will be advantageous. 1, a boundedly invertible mapping on 2 . 18) to obtain y = A−1 f + A−1 D−1 H u. 23) yields a functional depending only on u, J(u) := 1 2 −1 A−1 D−1 R1/2 D−1 f) Z H u − (y∗ − A 2 + ω 2 R−1/2 u 2 . 29b) the functional simplifies to J(u) = 1 2 Zu − G 2 + R−1/2 u 2 .

94) constitute Riesz bases for L2 (R). By taking tensor products of these functions, of course, one can generate biorthogonal wavelet bases for L2 (Rn ). Biorthogonal Wavelets on Domains Now some constructions that exist have as a core ingredient tensor products of one-dimensional wavelets on an interval derived from the biorthogonal wavelets from [CDF] on R. On finite intervals in R, the corresponding con˜ j supported instructions are usually based on keeping the elements of Φj , Φ side the interval while modifying those translates overlapping the end points of the interval so as to preserve a desired degree of polynomial exactness.

For the construction of corresponding wavelets, first an initial stable compleˇ j,1 is computed by applying Gaussian eliminations to factor Mj,0 and tion M ˇ j . Here we exploit that for cardithen to find a uniformly stable inverse of M nal B–Splines as generators the refinement matrices Mj,0 are totally positive. Thus, they can be stably decomposed by Gaussian elimination without pivoting. 1. It turns out that these wavelets coincide in the interior of the interval again with those on all of R from [CDF].

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