An Algorithm for Fast Imaging of Wavelet Transforms
We consider the use of wavelet transforms as a tool to analyze the structure of complex signals through a two dimensional representation of the transform rather than through its capabilities of coding, decomposition and reconstruction. Indeed, the remarkable properties of this transform can be used with great profit to obtain a very natural and visual access to some of the structural properties of a signal, which can be typically viewed as a time series .
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