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Error Analysis for H 1 Based Wavelet Interpolations Tony F. Chan1 , Hao-Min Zhou2 , and Tie Zhou3 1 2 3 Department of Mathematics, University of California, Los Angles, CA 90095. A. A. R. China. cn Summary. We rigorously study the error bound for the H 1 wavelet interpolation problem, which aims to recover missing wavelet coeﬃcients based on minimizing the H 1 norm in physical space. Our analysis shows that the interpolation error is bounded by the second order of the local sizes of the interpolation regions in the wavelet domain.
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A critique of the determination of the energy-momentum of a system from the equations of motion of matter in the general theory of relativity