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Need help finding wavelet algorithms.
 
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Ken Tew (KEN@camp.wpic.pitt.edu)
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 29, 2002 3:37 pm    
Subject: Need help finding wavelet algorithms.
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Need help finding wavelet algorithms.

In particular I need to get information on wavelet algorithms
that handle large data sets. Currently, the algorithms I've seen
transform an input vector into an equal sized vector of wavelet
coefficients. What I need to have is a matrix of wavelet
coefficients where the columns are wavelet coeffients of sub-vectors of
the input vector. For example, given a vector representing a MINUTE
of data; the output would be a matrix where each column contains the
wavelet coefficients for each SECOND of the input data.

Any books or papers you could recommend on this would be greatly
appreciated.

Thank you. Ken Tew
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