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An Introduction to Wavelet Analysis

Small book cover: An Introduction to Wavelet Analysis

An Introduction to Wavelet Analysis
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Publisher: Connexions
Number of pages: 38

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An Introduction to Wavelet Analysis provides an overview of multiresolution analysis, wavelet series and wavelet estimators in the classical setting. This collection begins by investigating notations, multiresolution analysis, wavelet functions as well as some simple examples of wavelet bases, and concludes by looking at how to construct a nonparametric regression estimator using wavelets.

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