By Albert Boggess

A complete, self-contained therapy of Fourier research and wavelets—now in a brand new edition

Through expansive insurance and easy-to-follow motives, a primary direction in Wavelets with Fourier research, moment version offers a self-contained mathematical remedy of Fourier research and wavelets, whereas uniquely featuring sign research functions and difficulties. crucial and basic principles are awarded that allows you to make the booklet available to a extensive viewers, and, additionally, their functions to sign processing are stored at an common level.

The publication starts off with an creation to vector areas, internal product areas, and different initial themes in research. next chapters feature:

The improvement of a Fourier sequence, Fourier remodel, and discrete Fourier analysis

Improved sections dedicated to non-stop wavelets and two-dimensional wavelets

The research of Haar, Shannon, and linear spline wavelets

The common thought of multi-resolution analysis

Updated MATLAB code and improved functions to sign processing

The development, smoothness, and computation of Daubechies' wavelets

Advanced subject matters reminiscent of wavelets in better dimensions, decomposition and reconstruction, and wavelet transform

Applications to sign processing are supplied in the course of the ebook, so much related to the filtering and compression of signs from audio or video. a few of these purposes are offered first within the context of Fourier research and are later explored within the chapters on wavelets. New workouts introduce extra functions, and whole proofs accompany the dialogue of every awarded concept. large appendices define extra complex proofs and partial strategies to workouts in addition to up-to-date MATLAB workouts that complement the provided examples.

A First direction in Wavelets with Fourier research, moment version is a superb ebook for classes in arithmetic and engineering on the upper-undergraduate and graduate degrees. it's also a important source for mathematicians, sign processing engineers, and scientists who desire to know about wavelet thought and Fourier research on an straight forward level.

Table of Contents

Preface and Overview.

0 internal Product Spaces.

0.1 Motivation.

0.2 Definition of internal Product.

0.3 The areas L2 and l2.

0.4 Schwarz and Triangle Inequalities.

0.5 Orthogonality.

0.6 Linear Operators and Their Adjoints.

0.7 Least Squares and Linear Predictive Coding.

Exercises.

1 Fourier Series.

1.1 Introduction.

1.2 Computation of Fourier Series.

1.3 Convergence Theorems for Fourier Series.

Exercises.

2 The Fourier Transform.

2.1 casual improvement of the Fourier Transform.

2.2 homes of the Fourier Transform.

2.3 Linear Filters.

2.4 The Sampling Theorem.

2.5 The Uncertainty Principle.

Exercises.

3 Discrete Fourier Analysis.

3.1 The Discrete Fourier Transform.

3.2 Discrete Signals.

3.3 Discrete signs & Matlab.

Exercises.

4 Haar Wavelet Analysis.

4.1 Why Wavelets?

4.2 Haar Wavelets.

4.3 Haar Decomposition and Reconstruction Algorithms.

4.4 Summary.

Exercises.

5 Multiresolution Analysis.

5.1 The Multiresolution Framework.

5.2 enforcing Decomposition and Reconstruction.

5.3 Fourier rework Criteria.

Exercises.

6 The Daubechies Wavelets.

6.1 Daubechies’ Construction.

6.2 type, Moments, and Smoothness.

6.3 Computational Issues.

6.4 The Scaling functionality at Dyadic Points.

Exercises.

7 different Wavelet Topics.

7.1 Computational Complexity.

7.2 Wavelets in larger Dimensions.

7.3 bearing on Decomposition and Reconstruction.

7.4 Wavelet Transform.

Appendix A: Technical Matters.

Appendix B: recommendations to chose Exercises.

Appendix C: MATLAB® Routines.

Bibliography.

Index.

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