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Answer: Wavelets and convolution (WD 4.2 #28)
 
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lindsey@redneck.ent.ohiou.edu (Alan Lindsey ECE Grad)
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 02, 2002 5:45 pm    
Subject: Answer: Wavelets and convolution (WD 4.2 #28)
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Answer: Wavelets and convolution (WD 4.2 #28)

An unequivocal NO way! See paper wvltconv.ps obtainable from
voyager.cns.ohiou.edu in directory /pub/papers/lindsey
entitled "The nonexistence of wavelet functions admitting a Wavelet Convolution
Theorem of the Fourier Type." This should answer your question.

Alan Lindsey
lindsey@redneck.ent.ohiou.edu
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