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Question: L^2(R) and exact representation of monomials ?
 
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"Ole M. Nielsen" (uniomni@unidhp1.uni-c.dk)
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 04, 1997 3:47 pm    
Subject: Question: L^2(R) and exact representation of monomials ?
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#20 Question: L^2(R) and exact representation of monomials ?

Dear waveleteers,

In the literature one always sees that the scaling functions
span some space V_0 and that this space lies in L^2(R).
In addition, we know that we can represent a monomial of degree D/2
exactly, using a linear combination of Daubechies scaling function
with genus = D.

However monomials do not lie in L^2.

Are there anybody who can help me straighten out this confusion,
e.g. by pointing to a place in the literature where this is treated.

Thank you in advance.....

Ole Moller Nielsen, PhD student

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