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We also produce a set of orthonormal basis functions for space solutions by using the kernel function, a boundary operator, a dense sequence of nodal points in the domain of space solution, and Gram-Schmidt orthogonalization process.
Putting X = Y = [e.sub.i] in (3.2) where {[e.sub.1], [e.sub.2], [e.sub.3],..., [e.sub.2n], [e.sub.2n+1] = [xi]} is an orthonormal basis of the tangent space at each point of the manifold M and taking the summation over i, 1 [less than or equal to] i [less than or equal to] 2n + 1, we get
(v) There exists [phi] [member of] [V.sub.0] such that {[T.sub.[gamma]], [gamma] [member of] [GAMMA], is an orthonormal basis for [V.sub.0].
where {[[phi].sub.[beta]]} is any orthonormal basis for [F.sup.2.sub.[alpha]] with respect to [<x, x>.sub.[alpha]].
In CS, a n dimensional signal f which can be expressed as f - [PSI]x, x [member of] [R.sup.n], where [PSI] is an orthonormal basis and x is the description of sparse S (S [much less than] n).
Note that [l.sup.2](Z, H) has a countable orthonormal basis {[[phi].sub.z,[phi]] | z [member of] Z, [sigma] [member of] [GAMMA]}, where [[phi].sub.z,[phi]] : Z [right arrow] H is defined by
Expanded versions of ten lectures delivered at the University of Kentucky in June 2011 introduce the quantum mechanical interpretation of eigenfunctions and their time evolution, the oscillation and concentration of an orthonormal basis of eigenfunctions, and the properties of eigenfunctions of the Laplace operator and of Schr|dinger operators.
where ([[??].sub.i], [[??].sub.i], [[??].sub.inc]) is a local orthonormal basis established at any point r on the rough surface.
Suppose that Q is an orthonormal basis for the current path space; path [P.sup.*] is not lying in the space if and only if [parallel][P.sub.max][parallel] [not equal to] [parallel][P.sub.max][parallel] [4].
Thanks to the observation, which provides us with the insight into the definition of projection matrices V and W, we define V and W, respectively, as an orthonormal basis matrix of the following Krylov subspaces: