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Riesz Bases and Multiresolution Analyses

Department of Mathematics, Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, 36849-5310, f2zalik@math.auburn.eduf2
Applied and Computational Harmonic Analysis (Impact Factor: 2.04). 11/1999; 7(3):315-331. DOI: 10.1006/acha.1999.0274

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Recently we found a family of nearly orthonormal affine Riesz bases of compact support and arbitrary degrees of smoothness, obtained by perturbing the one-dimensional Haar mother wavelet using B-splines. The mother wavelets thus obtained are symmetric and given in closed form, features which are generally lacking in the orthogonal case. We also showed that for an important subfamily the wavelet coefficients can be calculated in O(n) steps, just as for orthogonal wavelets. It was conjectured by Aldroubi, and independently by the author, that these bases cannot be obtained by a multiresolution analysis. Here we prove this conjecture. The work is divided into four sections. The first section is introductory. The main feature of the second is simple necessary and sufficient conditions for an affine Riesz basis to be generated by a multiresolution analysis, valid for a large class of mother wavelets. In the third section we apply the results of the second section to several examples. In the last section we show that our bases cannot be obtained by a multiresolution analysis.

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    • "Over the last years, there has been many achievements in the applications of Riesz bases [12] [25], and a lot of research results about the characterizations and stability of Riesz bases have arisen [6] [11] [24]. Riesz bases, which are equivalent to exact frames in Hilbert spaces, have become a powerful theoretical tool to research signal analysis. "
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    • "This requires two steps. The theorem in [5] that provides the basis for Theorem 2.1, only shows in general that the the constructed wavelet is obtained from the GMRA determined by φ, in the sense defined by Zalik [18]. This means only that the wavelet ψ ∈ V 1 . "
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    • "It was shown in [5] that ψ ∈ V 1 , where {V j } is the GMRA determined by φ 1 and φ 2 as in Proposition 1. This says that ψ is obtained from the GMRA in the sense defined by Zalik [26]. We will now show that in this particular case, ψ is associated with the GRMA {V j } in the sense that V j is the closed linear span of {ψ l,k } l<j . "
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