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Title: Periodic Orthogonal Splines and Wavelets
Authors: Koh, Y.W.
Lee, S.L. 
Tan, H.H. 
Issue Date: Jul-1995
Citation: Koh, Y.W., Lee, S.L., Tan, H.H. (1995-07). Periodic Orthogonal Splines and Wavelets. Applied and Computational Harmonic Analysis 2 (3) : 201-218. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Periodic scaling functions and wavelets are constructed directly from non-stationary multiresolutions of L2([0, 2π)), the space of square-integrable 2π-periodic functions. For a multiresolution {Vk : k ≥ 0}, necessary and sufficient conditions for ∪k≥0Vk to be dense in L2([0, 2π)) and characterizations of a function φk for which φk(· - 2πj/2k), j = 0, 1, . . ., 2k - 1, form a basis of Vk are given. The construction of scaling functions and wavelets are done via orthogonal bases of functions, called orthogonal splines . Sufficient conditions are given for a sequence of scaling functions to generate a multiresolution. These conditions are also sufficient for the convergence of convolution operators with the scaling functions as kernels. Sufficient conditions are also given for the wavelets to generate a stable basis of L2([0, 2π)). The orthogonal spline bases give rise to algorithms in which the equations are the finite Fourier transforms of the classical wavelet decomposition and reconstruction equations. Each equation in the orthogonal spline algorithms involves only two terms and its complexity does not depend on the length of the filter coefficients. The general construction given here includes periodic versions of known wavelets. Examples on periodic polynomial spline wavelets and an extension of Chui and Mhaskar′s trigonometric wavelets are given to illustrate the construction. These trigonometric wavelets, in particular Chui and Mhaskar′s wavelets, form a stable basis of L2([0, 2π)). © 1995 Academic Press. All rights reserved.
Source Title: Applied and Computational Harmonic Analysis
ISSN: 10635203
DOI: 10.1006/acha.1995.1014
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