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Answer: Wavelet standards (WD 6.7 #22), Complex wavelets (WD 6.8 #27)
 
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"Carl Taswell" (taswell@toolsmiths.com)
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 26, 1997 4:57 pm    
Subject: Answer: Wavelet standards (WD 6.7 #22), Complex wavelets (WD 6.8 #27)
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#14 Answer: Wavelet standards (WD 6.7 #22), Complex wavelets (WD 6.8 #27)

Regarding standards for real and complex wavelets and wavelet transforms, at
the web page

http://www.toolsmiths.com/firwav.shtml

you will find explicit examples with explanations and figures
regarding reasons for making a particular choice of convention. There
are also several papers on reproducibility standards and complex
wavelets available from the web page at

http://www.toolsmiths.com/papers.shtml

In particular, you will find the papers:

"Specifications and Standards for Reproducibility of Wavelet Transforms"

"Reproducibility Standards for Wavelet Transform Algorithms"

"Computational Algorithms for Daubechies Least-Asymmetric, Symmetric, and
Most-Symmetric Wavelets"

An additional paper entitled

"The Systematized Collection of Wavelet Filters Computable by Spectral
Factorization of the Daubechies Polynomial"

should be available by the time this message appears in the Wavelet Digest.

Carl Taswell
taswell@toolsmiths.com
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