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We also note that assumptions A1-A4 imply that, for any x G Kn, card {x € Xv : x € fQ < K, for all v G N. 60) Remark 17. 58) in A5 is defined for all l e i " , but the equality is required to hold only for x G cox. 27 on Tue Nov 09 09:28:47 GMT 2010. 001 Cambridge Books Online © Cambridge University Press, 2010 SURVEY OF MESHLESS AND GENERALIZED FINITE ELEMENT METHODS 29 R e m a r k 18. Note that assumptions A1-A7 can be thought of as assumptions on Mv, for each v G N; they are assumptions on {Mu}ueN in that they are assumptions on Jv[u for each v and that the constants in the assumptions do not depend on v.

21), we get, for 0 < s < 1, UjWH'ifH) ^ C(hi)-s+n/2, for all Xj € Qi and i G Z, which is assumption A6 with q = 1. • A scaling argument shows that assumption A7 is satisfied. 18)), establishes a lower bound of n, namely (n + 1) < K. 20) are satisfied. 8 to obtain an approximation error estimate for RKP particle-shape function systems. 8 is trivially satisfied with Avx = I for all x G Xu. 20), was also obtained in Han and Meng (2001). We note that A1-A7 only guarantee good approximability of the shape functions; they do not provide a recipe to construct particle shape functions that are quasi-reproducing or reproducing of order k.

4. Assumptions A1-A7 state the properties of these sets and the mappings we will need in this proof. 2. For any y G Xv, since u G Hr^+ {B-=hu), it is well known that there is a polynomial p^-'u = pj:' of degree < k, such that for 0 < s < r" + 1 < k + 1, where C is independent of u, v and y, but does depend on k (pj:' can, in fact, be selected so that its degree < r^). 66) where A" is the operator introduced in assumption A5. Let x £ X" be fixed. 65) with y = x, as well as the polynomial jM-'11'.