A (multi-)wavelet expansion is used to derive a rigorous bound for the (dual) norm Reduced Basis residual. We show theoretically and numerically that the error estimator is online efficient, reliable and rigorous. It allows to control the exact error (not only with respect to a “truth” discretization).
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