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Hardy spaces and a Walsh model for bilinear cone operators
 Trans. Amer. Math. Soc
, 1999
"... Abstract. The study of bilinear operators associated to a class of nonsmooth symbols can be reduced to the study of certain special bilinear cone operators to which a time frequency analysis using smooth wavepackets is performed. In this paper we prove that when smooth wavepackets are replaced by ..."
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by Walsh wavepackets the corresponding discrete Walsh model for theconeoperatorsisnotonlyL pbounded, as Thiele has shown in his thesis for the Walsh model corresponding to the bilinear Hilbert transform, but actually improves regularity as it maps into a Hardy space. The same result is expected to hold
NEW UNIFORM BOUNDS FOR A WALSH MODEL OF THE BILINEAR HILBERT TRANSFORM
"... The notion of bilinear Hilbert transform usually refers to a member of a family of bilinear operators parameterized by a unit vector β perpendicular to (1, 1, 1). We will write the bilinear operators in this family more symmetrically as dual trilinear forms Λβ, acting on three ..."
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The notion of bilinear Hilbert transform usually refers to a member of a family of bilinear operators parameterized by a unit vector β perpendicular to (1, 1, 1). We will write the bilinear operators in this family more symmetrically as dual trilinear forms Λβ, acting on three
On the biCarleson operator. I. The Walsh case
, 2002
"... We prove L p estimates for the Walsh model of the maximal biCarleson operator defined below. The corresponding estimates for the Fourier model will be obtained in the sequel [20] of this paper. ..."
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We prove L p estimates for the Walsh model of the maximal biCarleson operator defined below. The corresponding estimates for the Fourier model will be obtained in the sequel [20] of this paper.
L p estimates for the biest I. The Walsh case
"... Abstract. We prove L p estimates (Theorem 1.8) for the Walsh model of the “biest”, a trilinear multiplier with singular symbol. The corresponding estimates for the Fourier model will be obtained in the sequel [15] of this paper. 1. introduction The bilinear Hilbert transform can be written (modulo m ..."
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Abstract. We prove L p estimates (Theorem 1.8) for the Walsh model of the “biest”, a trilinear multiplier with singular symbol. The corresponding estimates for the Fourier model will be obtained in the sequel [15] of this paper. 1. introduction The bilinear Hilbert transform can be written (modulo
Nonlinear Approximation with Walsh Atoms
 Surface Fitting and Multiresolution Methods
, 1997
"... . As a model for nonlinear approximation from a redundant set of timefrequency atoms, we consider approximation in L 2 (IR) with linear combinations of Walsh at oms. Best approximation can be realized with a fast algorithm when the class of approximants is restricted to linear combinations of pai ..."
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. As a model for nonlinear approximation from a redundant set of timefrequency atoms, we consider approximation in L 2 (IR) with linear combinations of Walsh at oms. Best approximation can be realized with a fast algorithm when the class of approximants is restricted to linear combinations
Carl E. Walsh
 American Economic Review
, 1995
"... This paper adopts a principalagent framework to determine how a central banker's incentives should be structured to induce the socially optimal policy. In contrast to previous findings using ad hoc targeting rules, the inflation bias of discretionary policy is eliminated and an optimal resp ..."
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response to shocks is achieved by the optimal incentive Contract, even in the presence of private centralbank information. In the oneperiod model that has formed the basis for much of the literature on discretionary monetary policy, it is shown that the optimal contract ties the rewards
NONSEPARABLE WALSHTYPE FUNCTIONS ON Rd
"... Abstract. We study wavelet packets in the setting of a multiresolution analysis of L2(Rd) generated by an arbitrary dilation matrix A satisfying jdetAj = 2. In particular, we consider the wavelet packets associated with a multiresolution analysis with a scaling function given by the characteristic ..."
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(Rd), 1 < p < 1, and the expansion of Lpfunctions converge pointwise almost everywhere. Finally, we introduce a family of compactly supported wavelet packets in R2 of class Cr(R2), 1 r < 1, modeled after the generalized Walsh function. It is proved that this class of smooth wavelet packets has
BRENNAN AND WALSH RECONSIDERED (MUTT AND JEFF RIDE AGAIN)
"... 8 Geoffrey Brennanand Cliff Walsh contrast the different transfer patterns ofParetooptimal redistribution of income resulting from our model (AmeriAbstract can Economic Review, 1969) and from the model used by von Furstenbergand Mueller (FM). They attempt to show that our model is inconsistent and ..."
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8 Geoffrey Brennanand Cliff Walsh contrast the different transfer patterns ofParetooptimal redistribution of income resulting from our model (AmeriAbstract can Economic Review, 1969) and from the model used by von Furstenbergand Mueller (FM). They attempt to show that our model is inconsistent
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