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To limit the number of parameters some smoothness or regularity assumptions have to be stated concerning f. Generally speaking, smoothness conditions require that the unknown function f belongs to a restricted class, such that, given an approximation technique, any function from the class can be ‘‘well’’ approximated, using a limited number of parameters. The choice of the approximation method is crucial for the quality of estimation and heavily depends on the prior information available about the unknown function f [refer to Ref.

A semi-norm is a norm, except it does not satisfy the condition: ʈ f ʈ ϭ 0 implies f ϭ 0. The following semi-norms are commonly used: ʈ f ʈ ϭ (͐ f 2(x)dx)1/2, (L2norm), ʈ f ʈ ϭ supx ͉ f(x)͉ (uniform norm, C- or Lȍ-norm), ʈ f ʈ ϭ ͉ f(x0) ͉ (absolute value at a fixed point x0). Then consider the risk function Ra N ( fˆN , f ) = E[a−1 fˆN − f ]2 N (6) ESTIMATION THEORY where aN is a normalizing positive sequence. Letting aN decrease as fast as possible so that the risk still remains bounded yields a notion of a convergence rate.

261: Video Codec for Audiovisual Services at p ϫ 64 kbits/s. ITU-T (CCITT), March 1993. 5. 263: Video Coding for Low Bitrate Communication, ITU-T (CCITT), December 1995. 6. 3 Kbits/s, ITUT (CCITT), October 1995. 7. 728: Coding of Speech at 16 Kbit/s Using Low-Delay Code Excited Linear Prediction (LD-CELP), ITU-T (CCITT), September 1992. 8. R. N. 6–21. 9. R. N. , New York: McGraw-Hill, 1978, pp. 204–215. 10. H. Nyquest, Certain topics in telegraph transmission theory, Trans. AIEE, 47: 617–644, 1928.

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