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Continuous and discrete wavelet transforms
 SIAM REVIEW
, 1989
"... This paper is an expository survey of results on integral representations and discrete sum expansions of functions in L 2 (R) in terms of coherent states. Two types of coherent states are considered: Weyl–Heisenberg coherent states, which arise from translations and modulations of a single functio ..."
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This paper is an expository survey of results on integral representations and discrete sum expansions of functions in L 2 (R) in terms of coherent states. Two types of coherent states are considered: Weyl–Heisenberg coherent states, which arise from translations and modulations of a single
The Discrete Wavelet Transform in S
 Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics
, 1996
"... The theory of wavelets has recently undergone a period of rapid development. We introduce a software package called wavethresh that works within the statistical language S to perform one and twodimensional discrete wavelet transforms. The transforms and their inverses can be computed using any par ..."
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The theory of wavelets has recently undergone a period of rapid development. We introduce a software package called wavethresh that works within the statistical language S to perform one and twodimensional discrete wavelet transforms. The transforms and their inverses can be computed using any
On the initialization of the discrete wavelet transform algorithm
 Signal Processing Letters
, 1994
"... Abstruct This letter shows that making use of the discrete wavelet transform to analyse data implies performing a preliminary initialization of the fast pyramidal algorithm. An approximation enabling easy performance of such an initialization is proposed. I. ..."
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Abstruct This letter shows that making use of the discrete wavelet transform to analyse data implies performing a preliminary initialization of the fast pyramidal algorithm. An approximation enabling easy performance of such an initialization is proposed. I.
Discrete Wavelet Transforms: Theory and Implementation
, 1992
"... Section 2 of this paper is a brief introduction to wavelets in general and the discrete wavelet transform in particular, covering a number of implementation issues that are often missed in the literature; examples of transforms are provided for clarity. The hardware implementation of a discrete wave ..."
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Section 2 of this paper is a brief introduction to wavelets in general and the discrete wavelet transform in particular, covering a number of implementation issues that are often missed in the literature; examples of transforms are provided for clarity. The hardware implementation of a discrete
Discrete Wavelet Transforms: Theory and Implementation
, 1991
"... Section 2 of this paper is a brief introduction to wavelets in general and the discrete wavelet transform in particular, covering a number of implementation issues that are often missed in the literature; examples of transforms are provided for clarity. The hardware implementation of a discrete wave ..."
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Section 2 of this paper is a brief introduction to wavelets in general and the discrete wavelet transform in particular, covering a number of implementation issues that are often missed in the literature; examples of transforms are provided for clarity. The hardware implementation of a discrete
ON THE DISCRETE WAVELET TRANSFORM OF STOCHASTIC PROCESSES
"... Abstract. We improve a result of Averkamp and Houndré concerning the characterization of second order processes with stationary increments via the discrete wavelet transform. Our result holds for a class of processes with a correlation function which is not twice continuously differentiable. Several ..."
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Abstract. We improve a result of Averkamp and Houndré concerning the characterization of second order processes with stationary increments via the discrete wavelet transform. Our result holds for a class of processes with a correlation function which is not twice continuously differentiable
A NEW DISCRETE WAVELET TRANSFORM
"... The Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT) has two parameters: the mother of wavelets and the number of iterations. Selecting different parameters for different DWT of the same signal, different energy concentrations in the wavelet domain are obtained. So, for a particular signal there is a better pair of ..."
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The Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT) has two parameters: the mother of wavelets and the number of iterations. Selecting different parameters for different DWT of the same signal, different energy concentrations in the wavelet domain are obtained. So, for a particular signal there is a better pair
Discrete Wavelet Transformations and Undergraduate
 Education, Notices Amer. Math. Soc
"... Wavelet theory was an immensely popular research area in the 1990s that synthesized ideas from mathematics, physics, electrical engineering, and computer science. In mathematics, the subject attracted researchers from areas such as real and harmonic analysis, statistics, and approximation theory, am ..."
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Wavelet theory was an immensely popular research area in the 1990s that synthesized ideas from mathematics, physics, electrical engineering, and computer science. In mathematics, the subject attracted researchers from areas such as real and harmonic analysis, statistics, and approximation theory
Discrete Wavelet Transform (IDWT).
, 2007
"... In the paper, analysis of “smacking ” artefacts, introduced to the speech signal by a lector, was shown. A working algorithm to reduce amount of smacks in the waveform was presented. The algorithm performs detection of distortions in the time domain using differentiation of the signal. The removal r ..."
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