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Preprint: Two preprints from B. Rubin available
 
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Preprint: Two preprints from B. Rubin available

The following preprints of B.Rubin are available by anonimous ftp from
sunset.ma.huji.ac.il.
name: ftp Password: boris@sunset.huji.ac.il Directory: rubin

filename: wtr.tex

CONTINUOUS WAVELET TRANSFORMS ON A SPHERE

A general method for constructing continuous wavelet transforms is suggested.
Such transforms arise naturally as a result of special procedure of
analitycal continuation for analytic families of operators. As an example
the case of n-dimensional sphere in $R^{n+1}$ is considered.

filename:cold1.tex

ON CALDERON'S REPRODUCING FORMULA

A modification of Calderon's reproducing formula involving a finite Borel
measure is considered. This modification gives rise to wavelet type
representations of singular integral operators with constant coefficients on
a real line and clarifies conditions under which a reproducing formula
holds. Convergence of new representations in $L^p$-norm and almost everywhere
is studied. An algorithm of approximating initial function by a Calderon-type
construction with a perturbed data is suggested.

To print out these files, please, get also: definiti.tex, mathchar.tex and
vanilla.sty. The author would greatly appreciate any comments and information
related to possible applications.
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