2 edition of **Bases in function spaces, sampling, discrepancy, numerical integration** found in the catalog.

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Published
**2010**
by European Mathematical Society in Zürich
.

Written in English

- Numerische Integration,
- Function spaces,
- Basis
, - Linear topological spaces,
- Funktionenraum,
- Diskrepanz

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references (p.[275]-287) and index.

Statement | Hans Triebel |

Series | EMS tracts in mathematics -- 11, EMS tracts in mathematics -- 11. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA323 .T739 2010 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | ix, 296 p. : |

Number of Pages | 296 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL25090049M |

ISBN 10 | 303719085X |

ISBN 10 | 9783037190852 |

LC Control Number | 2011499452 |

OCLC/WorldCa | 640095745 |

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Connections to classical discrepancy theory 45 Numerical integration in weighted spaces 49 Exercises 58 3 Geometric discrepancy 62 Uniform distribution modulo one 62 Discrepancy 72 General bounds for the discrepancy 84 Discrepancy of special point sets and sequences 88 Tractability of discrepancy Weighted. Methods of Numerical Integration, Second Edition describes the theoretical and practical aspects of major methods of numerical integration. Numerical integration is the study of how the numerical value of an integral can be found. This book contains six chapters and begins with a discussion of the basic principles and limitations of numerical.

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: Bases in Function Spaces, Sampling, Discrepancy, Numerical Integration (EMS Tracts in Mathematics) (): Hans Triebel: BooksCited by: Get this from a Bases in function spaces. Bases in function spaces, sampling, discrepancy, numerical integration.

[Hans Triebel]. This book deals first with Haar bases, Faber bases and Faber frames for weighted function spaces on the real line and the plane. It extends results in the author's book, "Bases in Function Spaces, Sampling, Discrepancy, Numerical Integration" (EMS, ), from unweighted spaces (preferably in cubes) to weighted : Hans Triebel.

The first chapters of this book deal with Haar numerical integration book, Faber bases and some spline bases for Bases in function spaces spaces in Euclidean \(n\)-space and \(n\)-cubes. These are used in the subsequent chapters to study sampling and numerical integration preferably in spaces with dominating mixed smoothness.

That is the reason for recent work on the discrepancy function in function spaces like Sobolev spaces, Besov spaces and Triebel-Lizorkin spaces of dominating mixed smoothness, see [26,33,34,35,36 Author: Hans Triebel.

This book deals first with Haar bases, Faber bases and Faber frames for weighted function spaces on the real line and the plane. It extends results in the author's book, “Bases in Function Spaces, Sampling, Discrepancy, Numerical Integration” (EMS, ), from unweighted spaces (preferably in cubes) to weighted spaces.

This book is a continuation of a previous book from the same author [Bases in function spaces, sampling, discrepancy, numerical integration, EMS Tracts Math., 11, Eur.

Math. Soc., Zuric h, ; MR]. It is a relatively short (around pages) research monograph which in some aspects resembles a long research paper.

As the author. We dealt in with discrepancy and numerical integration preferably in some spaces S p, q r B (Q), Q = (0, 1) n, based on Haar and Faber bases.

Assertions about numerical integration have been extended in [21] to some weighted spaces S p, q r B. While these point sets fail to achieve the same for negative smoothness, we will prove in this note that the symmetrized versions overcome this defect.

We conclude with some consequences on discrepancy in further function spaces with dominating mixed smoothness and on numerical integration based on quasi-Monte Carlo rules. Triebel, H.: Bases in Function Spaces, Sampling, Discrepancy, Numerical Integration.

European Mathematical Society Publishing House, Zürich () CrossRef zbMATH Google Scholar Bases in Function Spaces, Sampling, Discrepancy, Numerical integration Hans Triebel; Basic Noncommutative Geometry Masoud Khalkhali; Boltzmann’s Legacy Giovanni Gallavotti, Wolfgang L.

Reiter and Jakob Yngvason; Bound States of the Magnetic Schrödinger Operator Nicolas Raymond; Boundary Behavior of Solutions to Elliptic Equations in General. N ˆTd of integration nodes in the d-dimensional unit cube is the essence of \discrepancy theory" [14, 13] and connected with deep problems in number theory, already for d= 2.

Recently, Triebel [51, 52] and, independently, Dung~ [19] brought up the framework of tensor Faber bases for functions of the above type. The main feature is the fact. A class of low-discrepancy point-sets and its application to numerical integration by number-theoretical methods.

In Österreichisch-Ungarisch-Slowakisches Kolloquium über Zahlentheorie (Maria Trost, ), vol. of Grazer Math. Ber., pp. In this paper, the family of ϕp optimization criteria for space-filling designs is critically reviewed, with a focus on its behavior in moderate to la.

Efficient routines for multidimensional numerical integration are provided by quasi--Monte Carlo methods. These methods are based on evaluating the integrand at a set of representative points of the integration area. A set may be called representative if it shows a low discrepancy.

These notes are addressed to graduate students and mathematicians having a working knowledge of basic elements of the theory of function spaces, especially of Besov–Sobolev type. In particular, the book will be of interest to researchers dealing with approximation theory, numerical integration, and discrepancy.

integration, this has been already achieved(x ). While random sampling is needed for numerical integration of complicated functions, it is often the case that sample sequences look very random when we apply quasi-Monte Carlo method to complicated functions([10, 11, 25.

Abstract Dynamic Programming (DP) is known to be a standard optimization tool for solving Stochastic Optimal Control (SOC) problems, either over a finite or an infinite horizon of stages. Under very general assumptions, commonly employed numerical algorithms are based on approximations of the cost-to-go functions, by means of suitable parametric models built from a set of sampling points in.

() Weighted geometric discrepancies and numerical integration on reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces. Journal of Complexity() A Monte Carlo experiment to analyze the curse of dimensionality in estimating random coefficients models with a full variance–covariance matrix.

bases with sharp estimates of Haar coe cients for the discrepancy function of higher order digital nets. Moreover, we provide numerical computations which indicate that this bound also holds for the case r= 2. 1 Introduction Quasi-Monte Carlo methods play an important role for the e cient numerical integration of multivariate functions.

It is shown that a choice of the sampling based on low-discrepancy sequences, commonly used for efficient numerical integration, permits to achieve, under suitable hypotheses, an almost linear sample complexity, thus contributing to mitigate the curse of dimensionality of the approximate DP procedure.Faber Systems and Their Use in Sampling, Discrepancy, Numerical Integration (EMS Series of Lectures in Mathematics) 2.

Fragment-Based Drug Discovery and X-Ray Crystallography (Topics in Current Chemistry, Vol. ) Frechet Differentiability of Lipschitz Functions and Porous Sets in Banach Spaces (AM) (Annals of Mathematics Studies).IntroductionIBC & TractabilityRidge functions Function spaces In the classical setting of small d we usually consider Ck() - k-times continuously di erentiable functions IntroductionIBC & TractabilityRidge functions Sampling numbers describe approximation of a function from limited number of Numerical integration: S n: F d!R 8/