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We study continuous wavelet transforms associated to matrix dilation groups giving rise to an irreducible square-integrable quasi-regular representation on L 2 ( R d ) \textrm {L}^2(\mathbb {R}^d) . It turns out that these representations are integrable as well, with respect to a wide variety of weights, thus allowing to consistently quantify wavelet coefficient decay via coorbit space norms. We then show that these spaces always admit an atomic decomposition in terms of bandlimited Schwartz wavelets. We exhibit spaces of Schwartz functions contained in all coorbit spaces, and dense in most of them. We also present an example showing that for a consistent definition of coorbit spaces, the irreducibility requirement cannot be easily dispensed with. We then address the question of how to predict wavelet coefficient decay from vanishing moment assumptions. To this end, we introduce a new condition on the open dual orbit associated to a dilation group: If the orbit is temperately embedded, it is possible to derive rather general weighted mixed L p \textrm {L}^{p} -estimates for the wavelet coefficients from vanishing moment conditions on the wavelet and the analyzed function. These estimates have various applications: They provide very explicit admissibility conditions for wavelets and integrable vectors, as well as sufficient criteria for membership in coorbit spaces. As a further consequence, one obtains a transparent way of identifying elements of coorbit spaces with certain (cosets of) tempered distributions. We then show that, for every dilation group in dimension two, the associated dual orbit is temperately embedded. In particular, the general results derived in this paper apply to the shearlet group and its associated family of coorbit spaces, where they complement and generalize the known results.

In this paper we show that the Fourier transform induces an isomorphism between the coorbit spaces defined by Feichtinger and Gröchenig of the mixed, weighted Lebesgue spaces L p,q v with respect to the quasi-regular representation of a semi-direct product R d H with suitably chosen dilation group H, and certain decomposition spaces D (Q, L p , q u ) (essentially as introduced by Feichtinger and Gröbner) where the localized "parts" of a function are measured in the F L p -norm. This equivalence is useful in several ways: It provides access to a Fourier-analytic understanding of wavelet coorbit spaces, and it allows to discuss coorbit spaces associated to different dilation groups in a common framework. As an illustration of these points, we include a short discussion of dilation invariance properties of coorbit spaces associated to different types of dilation groups.

We study (homogeneous and inhomogeneous) anisotropic Besov spaces associated to expansive dilation matrices A ∈ GL(d, R), with the goal of clarifying when two such matrices induce the same scale of Besov spaces. For this purpose, we first establish that anisotropic Besov spaces have an alternative description as decomposition spaces. This result allows to relate properties of function spaces to combinatorial properties of the underlying coverings. This principle is applied to the question of classifying dilation matrices. It turns out the scales of homogeneous and inhomogeneous Besov spaces differ in the way they depend on the dilation matrix: Two matrices A, B that induce the same scale of homogeneous Besov spaces also induce the same scale of inhomogeneous spaces, but the converse of this statement is generally false. Furthermore, the question whether A, B induce the same scale of homogeneous spaces is closely related to the question whether they induce the same scale of Hardy spaces; the latter question had been previously studied by Bownik. We give a complete characterization of the different types of equivalence in terms of the Jordan normal forms of A, B.

This paper is concerned with the relations between discrete and continuous wavelet transforms on k-dimensional Euclidean space. We start with the construction of continuous wavelet transforms with the help of square-integrable representations of certain semidirect products, thereby generalizing results of Bernier and Taylor. We then turn to frames of L2(Rk) and to the question, when the functions occurring in a given frame are admissible for a given continuous wavelet transform. For certain frames we give a characterization which generalizes a result of Daubechies to higher dimensions.

We establish wavelet characterizations of homogeneous Besov spaces on stratified Lie groups, both in terms of continuous and discrete wavelet systems.We first introduce a notion of homogeneous Besov spaceḂ s p,q in terms of a Littlewood-Paley-type decomposition, in analogy to the well-known characterization of the Euclidean case. Such decompositions can be defined via the spectral measure of a suitably chosen sub-Laplacian. We prove that the scale of Besov spaces is independent of the precise choice of Littlewood-Paley decomposition. In particular, different sub-Laplacians yield the same Besov spaces.We then turn to wavelet characterizations, first via continuous wavelet transforms (which can be viewed as continuous-scale Littlewood-Paley decompositions), then via discretely indexed systems. We prove the existence of wavelet frames and associated atomic decomposition formulas for all homogeneous Besov spacesḂ s p,q , with 1 ≤ p, q < ∞ and s ∈ R.

We present a general approach to derive sampling theorems on locally compact groups from oscillation estimates. We focus on the L 2 -stability of the sampling operator by using notions from frame theory. This approach yields particularly simple and transparent reconstruction procedures. We then apply these methods to the discretization of discrete series representations and to Paley-Wiener spaces on stratified Lie groups.

Abstract. We consider the coorbit theory associated associated to a square-integrable, irreducible quasi-regular representation of a semidirect product group G = R d ⋊ H. The existence of coorbit spaces for this very general setting has been recently established, together with concrete vanishing moment criteria for analyzing vectors and atoms that can be used in the coorbit scheme. These criteria depend on fairly technical assumptions on the dual action of the dilation group, and it is one of the chief purposes of this paper to considerably simplify these assumptions.We then proceed to verify the assumptions for large classes of dilation groups, in particular for all abelian dilation groups in arbitrary dimensions, as well as a class called generalized shearlet dilation groups, containing and extending all known examples of shearlet dilation groups employed in dimensions two and higher. We explain how these groups can be systematically constructed from certain commutative associative algebras of the same dimension, and give a full list, up to conjugacy, of shearing groups in dimensions three and four. In the latter case, three previously unknown groups are found.As a result, the existence of Banach frames consisting of compactly supported wavelets, with simultaneous convergence in a whole range of coorbit spaces, is established for all groups involved.

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