Isolation criteria for the wavelet transform mod-max method
Isolation criteria for adjacent signal variations are developed for the wavelet transform modulus-maximus (mod-max) method. These criteria are developed with respect to the tracking of mod-max extrema. Scales are defined for which adjacent signal variations-singularities and smooth variations-may be accurately tracked and may provide accurate information for use with the mod-max method.
Electric interference; Signal processing; Wavelets (Mathematics)
Computational Engineering | Electrical and Electronics | Engineering | Signal Processing
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Bruce, L. M.
Isolation criteria for the wavelet transform mod-max method.
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II-Analog and Digital Signal Processing, 45(8),