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1 . . ε−(N −1) . . ε−2(N −1) . . 2 . . ε−(N −1) 54 Binderman Proof. 1), where the vector zT := [z0 , z1 , . . , zN −1 ], z0 , z1 , . . , zN −1 ∈ ker D is to be determined, we obtain the equation B−1 z = u, where B−1 1 1 = 1 . 1 1 ε1 ε2 . ε(N −1) 1 ε2 ε4 . ε2(N −1) (N −1)(3N −2) ... 1 . . ε(N −1) . . ε2(N −1) . . 2 . . ε(N −1) 2 The determinant |B−1 | = i N 2 = 0 and BB−1 = B−1 B = I. 4). 1: Let X = H(K) be the class of all functions analytic in the disk K = {h ∈ C: |h| < r, r > 0}.

Bibliographie complementaire ´ 10. O. Blasco, Positive p-summing operators on Lp spaces, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 100 (1987), 275–280. 11. H. Schaeffer, Banach lattices and positive operators, Springer Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York 1974. es/collect Collect. Math. 44 (1993), 41–46 c 1994 Universitat de Barcelona On infinitely smooth almost-wavelets with compact support M. Berkolaiko Department of Mathematics, Voronezh Ing. Constr. Institute 394006 Voronezh, Russia I. Novikov Department of Mathematics, Voronezh State University 394693 Voronezh, Russia Abstract In 1985 Y.

4 implies that there exist initial operators F0 , F1 , . . , FN −1 ∈ FD ∩ c(R) such that Fk Rn z = hnk z for all z ∈ ker D, n ∈ N, (k = 0, 1, . . 10). Evidently, for diﬀerent hk , k = 0, 1, . . ,N −1 = 0. In particular we take hk = εk , where εk = exp(2πik/N ), k = 0, 1, . . , N − 1. 3) Fk = Fεk and Fk Rn z = εnk z = εnk z, where ε := ε1 = exp(2πi/N ). We deﬁne the vectors: R := I, R, R2 , . . , RN −1 , uT := u0 , u1 , . . , uN −1 , (where as usually AT denotes the matrix transposed to A).

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