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We only consider the left end, which we take to be 0. We assume the interval is suﬃciently long so that there is no interference between the left and right boundary functions. The interior functions are φ(x), φ(x − 1), . . We look for a left boundary function φb that is a linear combination of the two scaling functions that cross the boundary, restricted to x ≥ 0: φb (x) = γ [αφ(x + 1) + βφ(x + 2)] χ[0,∞) . 5) The parameter setup reﬂects the order of calculation: we ﬁrst ﬁnd α and β which make φb reﬁnable.

Unfortunately, a direct implementation of the DWT in terms of convolutions means that half the computed values get thrown away afterward.

P − 1 mk = 0, k = 1, . . , p − 1 ⇔ µk = 0, k = 1, . . , p − 1. and In other words, all continuous moments up to a certain order vanish if and only if all discrete moments up to that order vanish. 19). 2, the projection Pn f of a function f onto the space Vn represents an approximation to f at resolution 2−n . How good is this approximation? 28 p if © 2004 by Chapman & Hall/CRC The scaling function φ provides approximation order f − Pn f = O(2−np ) whenever f has p continuous derivatives. If φ provides approximation order p, then for smooth f Qn f = O(2−np ), since Qn f ≤ f − Pn f + f − Pn+1 f .