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43) Each term of the last sum is nonnegative around 0, and at least two are infinite whenever two or more components of s are equal to 1. ,d r=r c 2q(d−1) 1 − cos(xr ) 1 − cos(xr ) q ψi(r) (x) (r) ψi (0) . c 2q(d−1) The proof is trivial if s = 0 since p(x + π s) converges to 2qd > 0 if x goes to 0, while f (x) vanishes. 546 A. Aricò, M. Donatelli Proof of Lemma 4 The proof follows from Fubini’s theorem for rectangles, with the advantage that φq[r] can be factorized thanks to (38). ,d s=r d = 22q(d−1) π [1 + cos(xs )]2q e−iks xs dxs −π q[r] s bks s=1 which completes the proof.

T. t. xi = i N (−1)i i N (−1)i i N (−1)i i N (−1)i 8 8 7 7 4 4 4 4 31 31 31 31 7 7 7 7 9 8 7 7 7 7 6 6 82 92 96 99 13 9 6 4 the proposed AMG in the circulant case. Furthermore, also in the Toeplitz case, using the technique described in the previous subsection, our AMG seems to maintain about a constant number of iterations increasing the size of the problem. This is a good news especially for the second test function r, since it has a zero of order 4 and, in order to preserve the Toeplitz structure at each level, in the restriction process we have to remove 2n2 n3 components.

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