A Counter-Example to the General Convergence of Partially Greedy Algorithms


In a separable Hilbert space H, greedy algorithms iteratively define m-term approximants to a given vector from a complete redundant dictionary D. With very large dictionaries, the pure greedy algorithm cannot be implemented and must be replaced with a weak greedy algorithm. In numerical applications, partially greedy algorithms have been introduced to… (More)
DOI: 10.1006/jath.2001.3566


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