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Contents: J. Fourier Analysis and Applications Vol. 2, Nr. 2-4
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Subject: Contents: J. Fourier Analysis and Applications Vol. 2, Nr. 2-4
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Contents: J. Fourier Analysis and Applications Vol. 2, Nr. 2-4

Issue 2:

Biorthogonal Smooth Local Trigonometric Bases
B. Jawerth and W. Sweldens

Designing Multiresolutional Analysis-type Wavelets and Their Fast Algorithms
P. Abry and A. Aldroubi

Multiresolutional Analysis and Multivariate Approximation of Smooth Signals in
A. Fischer

Irregular Sampling in Wavelet Subspaces
Y.M. Liu and G.G. Walter

Weil Multipliers
L. Auslander, F. Geshwind and F. Warner

Issue 3:

Autocorrleation Functions as Translation Invariants in L1 and L2
J. Rothman

On the Uniqueness in the Inverse Conductivity Problem
J. K. Seo

Uniformly Elliptic PDEs with Bounded, Measurable Coefficients
R.R. Jensen

Approximation of Distribution Spaces by Means of Kernel Operators
G.C. Kyriazis

Estimates from Below for Lebesgue Constants
E.R. Liflyand, A.G. Ramm and A.I. Zaslavsky

A Generalized Sampling Theorem with the Inverse of an Arbitrary Square
Summable Sequence as Sampling Points
A.I. Zayed

Issue 4:

Construction of Minimally Supported Frequency Wavelets
Xiang Fang and Xihua Wang

Smoothing Minimally Supported Frequency Wavelets. Part I.
Eugenio Hernandez, Xihua Wang, and Guido Weiss

Stability of Multiscale Transformations
Wolfgang Dahmen

Matrix Refinement Equations: Existence and Uniqueness
Christopher Heil and David Colella

Continuous Wavelet Transforms with Applications to Analyzing
Functions on Spheres
Stephan Dahlke and Peter Maass

A Weighted Tauberian Theorem
Ka-Sing Lau

Analogues of Besicovitch-Wiener Theorem for the Heisenberg Group
P.K. Ratnakumar and S. Thangavelu
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