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DiscreteTransforms[WaveletPlot] - plot the mother wavelet and the father wavelet (the scaling function) from the scaling and wavelet coefficients

Calling Sequence

WaveletPlot(g, h, options);

Parameters

g

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Vector; the scaling coefficients of the wavelet

h

-

Vector; the wavelet coefficients of the wavelet

options

-

(optional) equation(s) of the form keyword = value, where keyword is output, waveletname, or minpoints 

Description

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WaveletPlot plots the scaling function and the mother wavelet given Vectors of the scaling and wavelet coefficients of a wavelet.

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This function uses the Cascades algorithm to approximate a function phi(x) satisfying the equation:

φx=n=1rtable_elemshhnφ2xn

  

phi is the scaling function. From phi, the wavelet psi is computed as

ψx=n=1rtable_elemsggnφ2xn

  

The functions phi are then plotted using plots[listplot].

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h and g are usually the high and low pass scaling coefficients.   

Examples

withDiscreteTransforms:

The command to create the plot from the Plotting Guide is

WaveletPlotWaveletCoefficientsDaubechies,4

WaveletPlotWaveletCoefficientsDaubechies,4,output=mother

WaveletPlotWaveletCoefficientsDaubechies,4,output=father

WaveletPlotWaveletCoefficientsSymlet,4,minpoints=300,waveletname=Sym4

See Also

DiscreteWaveletTransform, InverseDiscreteWaveletTransform, Wavelet Examples and Applications, WaveletCoefficients, Wavelets


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