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Bhavik Bakshi. Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

PostPosted: Mon Oct 12, 1992 9:32 pm    
Subject: Question
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My question is regarding multi-dimensional wavelets. The usual way of
generating wavelets in higher dimensions is by taking a tensor product. For an
n-dimensional system, this gives (2^n - 1) wavelets, and one scaling function.
Thus, the number of wavelets increases exponentially, as the dimension increases.

Is there any way of generating multi-dimensional wavelets where the number of
wavelets does not increase as an exponential power of the number of dimensions?


Bhavik Bakshi
Department of Chemical Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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