Decomposition matrices for the special case of data on the triangular lattice of SU(3)

@article{Bodner2017DecompositionMF,
  title={Decomposition matrices for the special case of data on the triangular lattice of SU(3)},
  author={M. Bodner and J. Patera and M. Szajewska},
  journal={Applied and Computational Harmonic Analysis},
  year={2017},
  volume={43},
  pages={346-353}
}
Abstract A method for the decomposition of data functions sampled on a finite fragment of triangular lattice is described for the cases of lattices of any density corresponding to the simple Lie group G ( 2 ) . Its main advantage is the fact that the decomposition matrix needs to be calculated only once for arbitrary sets of data sampled on the same set of discrete points. The decomposition matrix applies to lattice of any density that carries data. 
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