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Answer: Integer wavelet transforms (WD 6.4 #25)
 
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Wim Sweldens (wim@bell-labs.com)
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 11, 1997 11:50 pm    
Subject: Answer: Integer wavelet transforms (WD 6.4 #25)
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#21 Answer: Integer wavelet transforms (WD 6.4 #25)

Dear Franck,

We have recently finished a paper describing how to take existing
wavelet transforms and build them into wavelet transforms that map
integers to integers. Using a technique called lifting, it is possible
to do this for any given wavelet transform. However, given that the
transform becomes non-linear due to round-off, it doesn't make that
much sense to talk about scaling functions.

The ref is

Wavelet Transforms that Map Integers to Integers
R. C. Calderbank, Ingrid Daubechies, Wim Sweldens, and Boon-Lock Yeo
http://cm.bell-labs.com/who/wim/papers/index.html#integer

Best regards,

Wim.

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