Generalized Tractability for Linear Functionals
Michael Gnewuch and Henryk Woźniakowski
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Submission date: 26. Feb. 2007
published in: Monte Carlo and quasi-Monte Carlo methods 2006 / A. Keller (ed.)
Berlin : Springer, 2008. - P. 359 - 381
DOI number (of the published article): 10.1007/978-3-540-74496-2_21
Keywords and phrases: tractability, worst-case setting, Multivariate Integration, reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces
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We study approximation of continuous linear functionals defined over reproducing kernel weighted Hilbert spaces of d-variate functions. Let denote the minimal number of function values needed to solve the problem to within . There are many papers studying polynomial tractability for which is to be bounded by a polynomial in and d. We study generalized tractability for which we want to guarantee that either is not exponentially dependent on and d, which is called weak tractability, or is bounded by a power of for , which is called -tractability. Here, the tractability function T is non-increasing in both arguments and does not depend exponentially on and d.
We present necessary conditions on generalized tractability for arbitrary continuous linear functionals defined on weighted Hilbert spaces whose kernel has a decomposable component, and sufficient conditions on generalized tractability for multivariate integration for general reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces. For some weighted Sobolev spaces these necessary and sufficient conditions coincide. They are expressed in terms of necessary and sufficient conditions on the weights of the underlying spaces.