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Of this 29 where Cj is a constant e n, Inl ~ K depending only on the number J of c o n t r a c - tions. Let We group For elements to 0 _< k _< K-I, and form a grading. form an o r t h o n o r m a l 0 < k < K Fk : sP{fn; Inl 0 < k < K-I. = k} is a f o r w a r d T 3• = e 3 n basis. f = 3 n fn-]l 3 = 0 < shift Ek K-I on " Fk if n. > 0 3 if n = 0. 3 As an intermediary S: EK + F K. Let consider it h a v e FK matrix Seq Then on backwards EK and we define Tj: shift FK ÷ FK_ I. s(p,q) us d e n o t e a contraction that s(p,q) sj(p,q) EK ÷ FK-I o by = s(p+lj, q), Tj p ~ /K-I' s.