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Question: Fast continuous wavelet transform?
 
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Rodney Price (rprice@rabble.ix.netcom.com)
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2002 9:49 am    
Subject: Question: Fast continuous wavelet transform?
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Question: Fast continuous wavelet transform?

Flipping through some conference proceedings at the library some time
ago I ran across an abstract with the words "Fast Continuous Wavelet
Transform." Is there such a thing, and where do I go for more
information?

In particular, I need to calculate the wide-band ambiguity function
(time- scale plane) for a particular signal. Computational efficiency
is an issue. Can I just use the usual wavelet transform with an
orthogonal wavelet, then interpolate in the time-scale plane?
Interpolating in time seems straight- forward, but how about in the
scale direction?

-Rod Price
rodprice@ix.netcom.com

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