Convergence Almost Everywhere of Orthorecursive Expansions in Systems of Translates and Dilates
Systems of translates and dilates have been widely studied in the last decades. In particular, V.I. Filippov and P. Oswald obtained conditions on a generating function which guarantee that dyadic translates and dilates of this function form a representation system in Lp[0, 1]. A.Yu. Kudryavtsev and A.V. Politov showed that under a slightly harder condition on a generating function each element f ∈ L2[0, 1] is represented by its orthorecursive expansion in this system. Here we continue studying orthorecursive expansions in systems of dyadic translates and dilates and present results on convergence almost everywhere of these expansions.
The authors thank Dr. Alexey Galatenko for valuable comments and discussions. The research was supported by the Russian Federation Government Grant No. 14.W03.31.0031.
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