## Help with 5/3 IDWT needed

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Hello everyone, I have a question related to the DWT. I'm trying to understand how it works using the well-known 5/3 wavelet. I found some code...

Hello everyone, I have a question related to the DWT. I'm trying to understand how it works using the well-known 5/3 wavelet. I found some code examples online implementing it but the most of them utilize the so-called lifting algorithm. But the main point of my interest is to understand the generalized decomposition/recomposition scheme. I succeded on performing the analysis comparing both ...

## Liftpack?

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Hi Does anybody know were I can find/download the sourcecode for Liftpack - it is used for the calculation of the wavelet transform using the...

Hi Does anybody know were I can find/download the sourcecode for Liftpack - it is used for the calculation of the wavelet transform using the lifting scheme Best Regards

## Gabor transform/wavelet vs. Morlet wavelet

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Dear all. I am a little confused about the difference between the Gabor and the Morlet wavelet. As I have understood it the Gabor transform...

Dear all. I am a little confused about the difference between the Gabor and the Morlet wavelet. As I have understood it the Gabor transform is a version of the STFT with a Gaussian window function. The different "Gaborlettes" are then created by translating and modulating the mother Gabor function but the Gaussian window has fixed width over all frequencies. I the litterature the ter...

## Wavelet doubts about the coefficients

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My current work is about analyzing vibration is a signal from an accelerometer in a moving vehicle. After some math operations we get a signal...

My current work is about analyzing vibration is a signal from an accelerometer in a moving vehicle. After some math operations we get a signal that represents the vertical displacement of the vehicle versus travel distance. No big deal. We want to locate ithe intervals where excess vibration occurred, in a certain frequency band (loose), and have applied Discrete Wavelet Transform to that ...

## Wavelet toolbox for complex images

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I am searching for a robust wavelet based MATLAB toolbox that could be used for complex images. There are some good toolboxes available however...

I am searching for a robust wavelet based MATLAB toolbox that could be used for complex images. There are some good toolboxes available however they can only work for real images. Thanks Sylvia

## Generation of synthetic seismic trace with known Q-value

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Hello-- I would like to generate a synthetic seismic trace using the real-valued Ricker wavelet. (Other wavelets could also be used.) ...

Hello-- I would like to generate a synthetic seismic trace using the real-valued Ricker wavelet. (Other wavelets could also be used.) Normally I think that this should involve a convolution operation. However, I would like to ensure that the synthetic trace has a constant (and known) Q-value. I would like to find a monograph/book/paper or some other type of procedure to efficientl...

## Mexican hat and Gaussian function

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Hi, according to Wkipedia, the Mexican hat wavelet is the negative normalized second derivative of a Gaussian function. I can verfiy this...

Hi, according to Wkipedia, the Mexican hat wavelet is the negative normalized second derivative of a Gaussian function. I can verfiy this analytically and numerically. But I don't understand how to relate the resulting pulse's frequency to the parameters of the Gaussian function. Could someone enlighten me? Kamran

## Daubechies-4 wavelet transform in MATLAB

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Hello: I have a 4x4 matrix which I wish to decompose into 4 frequency bands (LL, HL, LH, HH where L=low, H=high) by using a one-level...

Hello: I have a 4x4 matrix which I wish to decompose into 4 frequency bands (LL, HL, LH, HH where L=low, H=high) by using a one-level Daubechies-4 wavelet transform. As a result of the transform, each band should contain 2x2 coefficients. How can I do this in MATLAB? I know that MATLAB has dbaux and dbwavf functions. However, I'm not sure how to use them and I also don't have the wavelet t...

## Wavelets

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Hi I would like to develop a CDF 5/3 (LeGall 5/3) lifting wavelet in an FPGA so that I can do some image processing. Reading through some...

Hi I would like to develop a CDF 5/3 (LeGall 5/3) lifting wavelet in an FPGA so that I can do some image processing. Reading through some papers I have found the algorithm to code but I would like to perform the same thing in Matlab so that I can check my results. Can someone who knows about the wavelet toolbox tell me the required commands, so that I can enter a sequence of values and get the ...

## Wavelet Edge Detection

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Hi, I'm trying to find edges in a 1d function using wavelets. In my application I need to invert a diagonal matrix whose diagonal elements are...

Hi, I'm trying to find edges in a 1d function using wavelets. In my application I need to invert a diagonal matrix whose diagonal elements are the time domain coefficients of the wavelet. I'm using a Gaussian wavelet and the scale I need is so that it dies down fast. So most of the coefficients are zero. This makes the diagonal matrix non-invertible. But I need an invertible matrix(The reason is ...

## Frequency determination using discrete wavlet packet analysis

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Hello! I am trying to implement a student project which introduces phase distortions in a audio signal for select frequency range.But the...

Hello! I am trying to implement a student project which introduces phase distortions in a audio signal for select frequency range.But the frequency detection is done using DWPA FB which is very new to me! Please,can anyone explain me how to(on MATLAB): 1)decompose the signal at some level using discrete wavelet packet analysis into subbands. 2)then basically i want to choose the subb...

## Wavelet domain wiener filter matlab implementation regarding

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Dear Sir/Madam, I need to perform wavelet domain wiener filtering to denoise ecg signal as a part of my project First I performed...

Dear Sir/Madam, I need to perform wavelet domain wiener filtering to denoise ecg signal as a part of my project First I performed wiener filtering in fourier domain The code is as follows: %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% function output = Wienerfilt(noisy,clean) nois=clean-noisy; stdnois=std(nois); y=fft(clean); fftnsy=fft(noisy); n=length(clean)...

## Wavelet Filter ACausal

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Hi Can someone confirm somthing. I am looking at the wavelets coefficients for the Daubechies wavelets. Are these implemented as acausal...

Hi Can someone confirm somthing. I am looking at the wavelets coefficients for the Daubechies wavelets. Are these implemented as acausal filters ie. depending on past current and future input samples ? Thanks Aaron

## How to implement Continuous Wavelet Transform (CWT) using FFT

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Hi all, I'm having some troubles implementing the Continuous Wavelet Transform (CWT) using the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT). I understand...

Hi all, I'm having some troubles implementing the Continuous Wavelet Transform (CWT) using the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT). I understand that the idea to do this is to first define psi~(a, t) = (1 / sqrt(a)) * conj(psi(-t / a)) where conj denotes a complex conjugate and psi is the original wavelet function. Now the CWT can be expressed as the convolution of the original signal an...

## Order of Wavelets coefficients....

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Hello, could anyone please explain me why the order of wavelets coefficients given on this site:...

Hello, could anyone please explain me why the order of wavelets coefficients given on this site: http://wavelets.pybytes.com/wavelet/db4/ is exactly the opposite of that found on this daub.h file that includes the Daubechies coefficients calculated by Kazuo Hatano: http://www.musicdsp.org/showone.php?id=20 I can see that the coefficients are already normalized so divided by 1/sqrt...

## spatical accuracy of continuous wavelet transform

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I realise this is an anateur question but your help is much appreciated. I wish to have spacio-temporal accuracy so am using a continuous...

I realise this is an anateur question but your help is much appreciated. I wish to have spacio-temporal accuracy so am using a continuous wavelet ttransform. I have noticed that when using fft on a sin wave signal I get a nice spike around the frequency, but when doing a cwt (with cgau6 wavelet - a sin wave combined with a gaussian) I get a rather wide gausian around the frequency.

## A Scale-Invariant "Shannon" Sampling Theorem for the Wigner Distribution!

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This is something I noticed a short while back which I've not seen explicitly mentioned as such. The Wigner distribution, when applied to the...

This is something I noticed a short while back which I've not seen explicitly mentioned as such. The Wigner distribution, when applied to the analytic signal associated with a real signal, has a 1/2-continuous 1/2-discrete sampling grid built into it that is scale invariant and hyperbolic, much like the sampling grid for the discrete wavelet transform; and it can be reproduced by its sampl...

## Wavelets...

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Hello Forum, I have just started studying wavelets and wavelet transform. While the STFT breaks the signal down into equal time duration...

Hello Forum, I have just started studying wavelets and wavelet transform. While the STFT breaks the signal down into equal time duration segments, the wavelet transform uses wavelets that when they have high frequency (compressed) give great time resolution, i.e. short time window. But a wavelet with a low frequency implies a stretched up wavelet and a long time window... It seems that w...

## sparse coding..

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Hello Forum, what is sparse coding exactly? Does it mean that we choose a set of basis functions to represent a certain signal and the...

Hello Forum, what is sparse coding exactly? Does it mean that we choose a set of basis functions to represent a certain signal and the superposition involves very few basis functions? For instance, given the signal f(t), we could express it as a sum of sinusoids or wavelets. The sinusoidal expansion would involve many more terms while the wavelet transform very few... thanks, Brett ...

## understanding wavelet transform in image processing....

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Dear Forum, I am learning about wavelets and image processing. I have seen how the wavelet transform of an image looks like: it is a bunch of...

Dear Forum, I am learning about wavelets and image processing. I have seen how the wavelet transform of an image looks like: it is a bunch of subimages that seem low pass and high pass filtered versions of the original image.... That is not what I expected the wavelet transform to look like after studying the continuous one-dimensional wavelet transform, which represents the coefficients of ...