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Wavelets and convolution
 
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Elharti Abdelmoula /ADVISOR Shoaff
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 02, 2002 5:42 pm    
Subject: Wavelets and convolution
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Wavelets and convolution

Dear waveleters,

In the FFT case, we know that for two vectors, taking the product of their FFT,
is the same as taking the inverse FFT of their convolution.
However, my question is: is it possible to apply this same type of anology
in the case of wavelets. If yes, how ? Or, is there a solution for that ?
Thank you.
Moula.

[Answer WD 4.3#14]
[Answer WD 4.4#13]
[Answer WD 6.11#21]
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