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45) have at least dimensions 12, 7, and 4, respectively. In any case, the computation of ηD,z , ηD,K , and ηN,K is more expensive than that of ηR,K . This is sometimes paid off by an improved accuracy of the error estimate. 22 The indicator ηD,z was ﬁrst introduced in [31]. Apparently, the indicator ηD,K was ﬁrst presented in [64]. The indicator ηN,K , ﬁnally, is a slight modiﬁcation of an indicator which was ﬁrst introduced and analysed in [42]. 45) incorporating only the edge-bubble functions ψE .

32), we need some additional notation and an extra condition on T . Given an arbitrary element K0 ∈ T , deﬁne U0 (K0 ) = K0 and then, recursively, for j ≥ 1, Uj (K0 ) as the union of all K ∈ T which are not in i

Proof Fix a function w ∈ HD1 ( ). Theorem 4 in [115] implies that ∇(PT w) 1 2 2 K 1 2 = ∇(PT w) ≤ c4 ∇w = c4 K∈T ∇w 2 K K∈T with a constant c4 which only depends on the constants in the growth condition. On the other hand, we obviously have w = K∈T w|K χK , where χK denotes the characteristic function of K. From [115, Lemma 3] we know that PT (w|K χK ) holds for all K, K ∈ T with γ = K∈T 1 μ2 (K)– 2 PT w ≤ c4 γ K √ 1√ 3+ 2 ≤ μ2 (K)– 2 ≤ c4 K and a universal constant c4 . Hence, we obtain for all 1 K w|K χK (K,K ) PT (w|K χK ) K ∈T – 12 μ2 (K) γ (K,K ) K w|K χK K K ∈T γ = c4 (K,K ) 1 1 1 μ2 (K)– 2 μ2 (K ) 2 μ2 (K )– 2 w K K ∈T 1 ≤ c4 [α 2 γ ] (K,K ) 1 μ2 (K )– 2 w K .