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Question: On-line implementation of Wavelet Filtering.
 
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"MOHAN R. CHERUKURI" (MRC0291@CHENNOV2.TAMU.EDU)
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 16, 1997 11:33 pm    
Subject: Question: On-line implementation of Wavelet Filtering.
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#21 Question: On-line implementation of Wavelet Filtering.

Dear waveleteers,

I am working on using wavelets for filtering of noisy signals. Most
of the literature gives methodology which works fine if I have a
signal of certain length. My problem is, How can I use this filtering
technique on-line ? 'ie' as the signal keeps evolving how can I filter
it. Is there any way where in I can predict the next filtered output
based on the previous filtered outputs?

Any help on this matter including pointers to publications shall be
highly appreciated.

Thanks in advance...

Mohan.

MOHAN RAO CHERUKURI Graduate Student,
4302, College Main #341, Dept of Chemical Engg. ,
BRYAN, TX-77801 Texas A&M University,
Ph # (409) 260-3846 College Station, Tx 77843.
Ph # (409) 847-8713
http://http.tamu.edu/~mrc0291
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