Using the refinement equation for the construction of pre-wavelets III: Elliptic splines
The purpose of this paper is to provide multiresolution analysis, stationary subdivision and pre-wavelet decomposition onL2(R d ) based on a general class of functions which includes polyharmonic B-splines.
Subject ClassificationAMS (NOS) 41A15 41A63 42B99
KeywordsCubesplines elliptic splines wavelets subdivision
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