Description Usage Arguments Value Author(s) See Also Examples

Identify the local maximum of each column in 2-D CWT coefficients matrix by using a slide window. The size of slide window linearly changes from the coarse scale (bigger window size) to detail scale. The scale of CWT increases with the column index.

1 | ```
getLocalMaximumCWT(wCoefs, minWinSize= 5, amp.Th = 0)
``` |

`wCoefs` |
2-D CWT coefficients, each column corresponding to CWT coefficient at one scale. The column name is the scale. |

`minWinSize` |
The minimum slide window size used. |

`amp.Th` |
The minimum peak amplitude. |

return a matrix with same dimension as CWT coefficient matrix, wCoefs. The local maxima are marked as 1, others are 0.

Pan Du

1 2 3 4 5 6 | ```
data(exampleMS)
scales <- seq(1, 64, 3)
wCoefs <- cwt(exampleMS[5000:11000], scales=scales, wavelet='mexh')
localMax <- getLocalMaximumCWT(wCoefs)
plotLocalMax(localMax)
``` |

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