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Orthonormal Bases of Wavelets with Finite Support — Connection with Discrete Filters
We define wavelets and the wavelet transform. After discussing their basic properties, we focus on orthonormal bases of wavelets, in particular bases of wavelets with finite support.
KeywordsOrthonormal Base Singular Integral Operator Multiresolution Analysis Tight Frame Piecewise Constant Function
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