Questions on the wavelet analysis functions of Mathematica.

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Wavelet Transform Modulus Maxima (WTMM) method

Has anyone already coded the Wavelet Transform Modulus Maxima (WTMM) method for computing the singular spectrum using multi fractal formalism in Mathematica? The goal is to analyse 1D, 2D and 3D ...
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InverseWaveletTransform of a list of rules

I want to extract coefficient images from a DiscreteWaveletTransform and replace them by modified images of the same dimensions. However, when I use ...
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How many arguments does a function require, and how to use that in `Manipulate`

The goal is to vary the order parameters in wavelet transforms in the Manipulate environment. The various transformations have arguments of different rank. For ...
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How to extract notes and chords from audio?

I have a 3-second recording of a guitar chord which you can safely download here. I'm trying to use Mathematica's wavelet features to find out the notes in the chord, at least the docs says that ...
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Extracting information from the result of ContinuousWaveletTransform

I'm trying to analysis a signal and identify some time-frequency information of it. For example, around which time the specific frequency arrives. It appears that Mathematica has very powerful wavelet ...
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Wavelet transform of data with sliders

I saw a beautiful application of wavelets applied to a randomly created data series of about 500 data points. It used the Haar wavelet and had two sliders. The first slider allowed the user to view a ...
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Wavelet vs instantaneous power spectrum

Following on from a previous question posted by @xslittlegrass and answered by @Sector and others, Extracting information from the result of ContinuousWaveletTransform I'd like to know if it is ...
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Wavelet expansion of given function (as opposed to DWT of given data)

To illustrate, say I take the following function (the reason for the square root will be apparent soon) ...
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LiftingWaveletTransform with irregular grids

One of the properties mentioned in the literature about the lifting wavelet transform is that it can be applied on irregular meshes or grids (i.e. not equally spaced samples); but I don't seem to see ...
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Calculate support of given wavelet

I am calculating approximations using wavelets but outside the multi resolution analysis framework; particularly, I am not using the built-in wavelet transforms. Still, I need to calculate ...
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How to increase Spectrogram resolution?

I have a time-domain signal that I want do a time-frequency analysis on it. When I tried the Spectrogram, I always get very low resolution. For example: I have a ...
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Disentangling the data

An experiment yields a functional dependence on two variables $F(x,y)$, can be imagined as a 2D map. It is known that the function can be factored as follows $F(x,y)=fx(x) gy(y) +gx(x) fy(y)$. Given ...
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Signal processing by means of WaveletTransform

I updated my question to explain what I want. I have the voltage-time curve from the real industial object. This curve was gotten from the digital oscilloscope: As you can see it has ...
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Is there a relatively easy way to add the “Cone of Influence” to a waveletscalogram?

I am analyzing time series data using the ContinousWaveletTransform function and plotting the results with WaveletScalogram. I ...
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Is wavelet a Nonlinear transform, or Not? [closed]

Is wavelet a Nonlinear transform, or Not? specifically, continuous wavelet transform with morlet function. I am studying behavior of a dynamic system, and it has nonlinear behaviour. can I employ ...
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Wavelet transform order problem

I have a signal that I'm trying to study its time-frequency features by continuous wavelet transform. By choosing different wavelet order, I get some differences in the results. ...
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Continuous wavelet transform with complex Morlet function

The complex Morlet function is defined as: $$Ψ(t,f_c,f_b)= \frac{1}{\sqrt[]{ \pi f_{b} } }\exp(-t^2/f_b)\exp(\jmath 2πf_ct)$$ where $f_b$ and $f_c$ are two important parameters in modifying the ...
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WaveletScalogram in polar coordinates

For given dataset data = Re[Zeta[1/2 + I Range[0, 100, 0.01]]]; It is nice that Mathematica can plot data in both Cartesian and Polar coordinates. ...
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Daubechies scaling function

In Mathematica in wavelet package with the following codes Phi[x_, j_, k_] := 2^(j/2) WaveletPhi[DaubechiesWavelet[3], 2^(j) x - k] Mathematica computes ...
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Function definition and delayed assignment

I need to define the following function MyWavelet[n_]["PrimalLowpass", prec_ : MachinePrecision] := Table[(-1)^(j - 1) h[[2*n - j]], {j, 0, 2*n - 1}] which ...
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Wavelets: Relative error vs compression ratio

I need to plot the relative error vs compression ratio diagram of a discrete wavelet transform on an image, but no luck so far .. Here's the problem in short: random_image.jpg compress the image ...
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Detecting spikes by shrinking WaveletPacket basis using a specific threshold

Last time, I asked how I can use the command DiscreteWaveletPacketTransform[data, filter, 0] for spike detection and I got answers mostly based on an automatically ...
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Wavelet Packet Transform in Mathematica 7 and 8

For finding location of spikes in a time series I used to transform the data into wavelet space using DiscreteWaveletPacketTransform [ data, filter, 0] and then ...