Interpolatory refinable functions, subdivision and wavelets

Hunter, Karin M. (2005-03)

Thesis (DSc (Mathematical Sciences))--University of Stellenbosch, 2005.


Subdivision is an important iterative technique for the efficient generation of curves and surfaces in geometric modelling. The convergence of a subdivision scheme is closely connected to the existence of a corresponding refinable function. In turn, such a refinable function can be used in the multi-resolutional construction method for wavelets, which are applied in many areas of signal analysis.

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