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Generalized Bessel functions for p-radial functions

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Suppose that d N and p > 0. In this paper, we study the generalized Bessel functions for the surface p = 1}, introduced by D.St.P. Richards. We derive a recurrence relation for these functions and utilize a series representation to relate them to the classical symmetric functions. These generalized Bessel functions are symmetric with respect to ...

Suppose that d N and p > 0. In this paper, we study the generalized Bessel functions for the surface p = 1}, introduced by D.St.P. Richards. We derive a recurrence relation for these functions and utilize a series representation to relate them to the classical symmetric functions. These generalized Bessel functions are symmetric with respect to the action of the hyperoctahedral group W d , which is the symmetry group of the # p unit sphere. By means of this symmetry under W d , we further express these generalized Bessel functions in terms of Bessel functions for certain finite reflection groups. For the case in which p = 2, our representations lead to known relations for the classical Bessel functions of order . For the case in which p = 1, the generalized Bessel functions have been studied by Berens and Xu in the analysis of summability problems for 1-radial functions, and we show how their results may be framed within our more general context. 2000 AMS subj. class.: 33C10, 42B10, 44A15, 62H10 Keywords: radial functions, complete symmetric functions, monomial symmetric functions, Fourier-Bessel transform, divided di#erences, characteristic functions, multivariate symmetric distributions, reflection symmetry, finite reflection groups, Gelfand pairs 1 Minimize

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2009-04-19

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radial functions ; complete symmetric functions ; monomial symmetric functions ; Fourier-Bessel transform ; divided differences ; characteristic functions ; multivariate symmetric distributions ; reflection symmetry ; finite reflection groups ; Gelfand

radial functions ; complete symmetric functions ; monomial symmetric functions ; Fourier-Bessel transform ; divided differences ; characteristic functions ; multivariate symmetric distributions ; reflection symmetry ; finite reflection groups ; Gelfand Minimize

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Fractional derivatives and the inverse Fourier transform of `

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Abstract: In [1] and [2] H. Berens, Y. Xu and the author proved that the inverse Fourier integral of ` 1-radial functions, i.e., functions which are radial w.r.t. the `

Abstract: In [1] and [2] H. Berens, Y. Xu and the author proved that the inverse Fourier integral of ` 1-radial functions, i.e., functions which are radial w.r.t. the ` Minimize

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2008-07-01

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2000 AMS subj. class ; 33C60 ; 42B10 ; 44A15 Keywords ; radial functions ; fractional derivative ; Dirichlet splines ; Meijer's Gfunction

2000 AMS subj. class ; 33C60 ; 42B10 ; 44A15 Keywords ; radial functions ; fractional derivative ; Dirichlet splines ; Meijer's Gfunction Minimize

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Dirichlet splines as fractional integrals of B-splines

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: Using Dirichlet averages we generalize the notion of a classical divided dierence of a function by introducing a parameter r in R k+1 + . The case r in N k+1 is related to divided dierences with multiple knots. We give an interpretation of these generalized dierences in terms of fractional operators applied to classical divided differences con...

: Using Dirichlet averages we generalize the notion of a classical divided dierence of a function by introducing a parameter r in R k+1 + . The case r in N k+1 is related to divided dierences with multiple knots. We give an interpretation of these generalized dierences in terms of fractional operators applied to classical divided differences considered as functions of their knots. The result is then applied to show that Dirichlet splines can be seen as fractional derivatives of B-splines. 2000 AMS subj. class.: 41A15, 62H10, 26A33 Keywords: Dirichlet averages, Dirichlet splines, divided dierences, B-splines, Dirichlet distribution, fractional integrals and derivatives 1. Minimize

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2009-04-15

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Dirichlet averages ; Dirichlet splines ; divided dierences ; B-splines ; Dirichlet distribution ; fractional integrals and derivatives

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Generalized Bessel functions for p-radial functions

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Abstract: Suppose that d ∈ N and p> 0. In this paper, we study the generalized Bessel functions for the surface {v ∈ Rd: |v|p = 1}, introduced by D.St.P. Richards. We derive a recurrence relation for these functions and utilize a series representation to relate them to the classical symmetric functions. These generalized Bessel functions are sym...

Abstract: Suppose that d ∈ N and p> 0. In this paper, we study the generalized Bessel functions for the surface {v ∈ Rd: |v|p = 1}, introduced by D.St.P. Richards. We derive a recurrence relation for these functions and utilize a series representation to relate them to the classical symmetric functions. These generalized Bessel functions are symmetric with respect to the action of the hyperoctahedral group Wd, which is the symmetry group of the ℓp unit sphere. By means of this symmetry under Wd, we further express these generalized Bessel functions in terms of Bessel functions for certain finite reflection groups. For the case in which p = 2, our representations lead to known relations for the classical Bessel functions of order d−2 2. For the case in which p = 1, the generalized Bessel functions have been studied by Berens and Xu in the analysis of summability problems for 1-radial functions, and we show how their results may be framed within our more general context. Minimize

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2008-07-01

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radial functions ; complete symmetric functions ; monomial symmetric functions ; Fourier-Bessel transform ; divided differences ; characteristic functions ; multivariate symmetric distributions ; reflection symmetry ; finite reflection groups ; Gelfand

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Radial basis functions and corresponding

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zonal series expansions on the sphere

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2008-07-01

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2000 AMS subj. class ; 42C10 ; 42A82 ; 33C10 ; 33C45 Keywords ; radial basis functions ; zonal basis functions ; positive definite functions ; conditionally positive definite functions ; Bessel functions ; Gegenbauer polynomials ; kriging

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POLYNOMIAL INTERPOLATION ON THE UNIT SPHERE II

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Abstract. The problem of interpolation at (n+1) 2 points on the unit sphere S 2 by spherical polynomials of degree at most n is proved to have a unique solution for several sets of points. The points are located on a number of circles on the sphere with even number of points on each circle. The proof is based on a method of factorization of poly...

Abstract. The problem of interpolation at (n+1) 2 points on the unit sphere S 2 by spherical polynomials of degree at most n is proved to have a unique solution for several sets of points. The points are located on a number of circles on the sphere with even number of points on each circle. The proof is based on a method of factorization of polynomials. 1. Minimize

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2008-07-01

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Strictly positive definite reflection invariant

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functions

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2008-07-01

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positive definite functions ; spherical functions ; Gelfand pair ; Bochner’s Theorem ; semi-direct product ; reflection group ; radial basis

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Conditionally Positive Definite Kernels and Pontryagin Spaces

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Abstract. Conditionally positive definite kernels provide a powerful tool for scattered data approximation. Many nice properties of such methods follow from an underlying reproducing kernel structure. While the connection between positive definite kernels and reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces is well understood, the analog relation between condi...

Abstract. Conditionally positive definite kernels provide a powerful tool for scattered data approximation. Many nice properties of such methods follow from an underlying reproducing kernel structure. While the connection between positive definite kernels and reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces is well understood, the analog relation between conditionally positive definite kernels and reproducing kernel Pontryagin spaces is less known. We want to provide a theoretical framework which allows to study approximation with conditionally positive definite kernels in associated Pontryagin spaces. Minimize

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2008-12-08

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Summability of the l-1 Cesàro means of an integral transformation connected to a Riesz potential

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In [3] and [4] the second named author introduced and investigated an integral transformation on R d connected to a Riesz potential from the point of view of special functions. Here we study norm and a.e. convergence of Cesaro means of the transformation, related to and extending results in [2]. 1.

In [3] and [4] the second named author introduced and investigated an integral transformation on R d connected to a Riesz potential from the point of view of special functions. Here we study norm and a.e. convergence of Cesaro means of the transformation, related to and extending results in [2]. 1. Minimize

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2009-04-15

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POLYNOMIAL INTERPOLATION ON THE UNIT SPHERE II

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Abstract. The problem of interpolation at (n+1) 2 points on the unit sphere S 2 by spherical polynomials of degree at most n is proved to have a unique solution for several sets of points. The points are located on a number of circles on the sphere with even number of points on each circle. The proof is based on a method of factorization of poly...

Abstract. The problem of interpolation at (n+1) 2 points on the unit sphere S 2 by spherical polynomials of degree at most n is proved to have a unique solution for several sets of points. The points are located on a number of circles on the sphere with even number of points on each circle. The proof is based on a method of factorization of polynomials. 1. Minimize

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