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Wavelets: A Mathematical Tool for Signal Analysis

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Charles K. Chui

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1997 / xviii + 210 pages / Softcover / ISBN: 978-0-898713-84-8 / List Price $67.00 / SIAM Member Price $46.90 / Order Code MM01

Wavelets continue to be powerful mathematical tools that can be used to solve problems for which the Fourier (spectral) method does not perform well or cannot handle. This book is for engineers, applied mathematicians, and other scientists who want to learn about using wavelets to analyze, process, and synthesize images and signals. Applications are described in detail and there are step-by-step instructions about how to construct and apply wavelets. The only mathematically rigorous monograph written by a mathematician specifically for nonspecialists, it describes the basic concepts of these mathematical techniques, outlines the procedures for using them, compares the performance of various approaches, and provides information for problem solving, putting the reader at the forefront of current research.

New methods and important topics described in the book include the following:

  • Multidimensional and multifrequency wavelet transforms (including wavelet packets). This approach gives the user more flexibility in applying wavelets to study multidimensional data sets.
  • Spline wavelets with uniform or arbitrary knots on a bounded interval (with methods to construct these wavelets, their duals, as well as all decomposition and reconstruction matrices). This tool allows analysis and synthesis of discrete data on uniform or nonuniform sample sites without any boundary effect.
  • Wavelets as a mathematical tool for waveform matching, signal segmentation, and time-frequency localization as well as effective implementation and fast computation.
  • Procedures to construct all the well-known wavelets and to find their corresponding filter sequences.
  • Detailed comparisons of the most popular wavelets and tables of values for evaluating their filtering performance.

Audience
Written for an interdisciplinary audience of engineers, applied mathematicians, and other scientists with little or no knowledge of wavelets, readers with an undergraduate background in applied mathematics or engineering will benefit from and appreciate this book. Nontechnical people, such as financial analysts, artists, and medical professionals, who have begun to benefit from the various applications of wavelets may also find this book of interest.

Contents
Foreword; Preface; Software; Notation; Chapter 1: What are wavelets? Waveform modeling and segmentation; Time-frequency analysis; Fast algorithms and filter banks; Chapter 2: Time-Frequency Localization. Analog filters; RMS bandwidths; The short-time Fourier transform; The integral wavelet transform; Modeling the cochlea; Chapter 3: Multiresolution Analysis. Signal spaces with finite RMS bandwidth; Two simple mathematical representations; Multiresolution analysis; Cardinal splines; Chapter 4: Orthonormal Wavelets. Orthogonal wavelet spaces; Wavelets of Haar, Shannon, and Meyer; Spline wavelets of BattleÐLemariŽ and Stršmberg; The Daubechies wavelets; Chapter 5: Biorthogonal Wavelets. The need for duals; Compactly supported spline wavelets; The duality principle; Total positivity and optimality of time-frequency windows; Chapter 6: Algorithms. Signal representations; Orthogonal decompositions and reconstructions; Graphical display of signal representations; Multidimensional wavelet transforms; The need for boundary wavelets; Spline functions on a bounded interval; Boundary spline wavelets with arbitrary knots; Chapter 7: Applications. Detection of singularities and feature extraction; Data compression; Numerical solutions of integral equations; Summary and Notes; References; Subject Index.

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