multiProj: Meyer wavelet projection given a set of wavelet coefficients

Description Usage Arguments Details Value See Also Examples

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Description

Reconstructs a function using wavelet coefficients (waveletCoef object) as input.

Usage

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Arguments

beta

A waveletCoef object that contains a vector of wavelet coefficients and the coarsest resolution level, j0 to create the required output function expansion.

j1

The finest resolution to be used in the projection (specifies which resolution that the wavelet expansion is truncated).

Details

Function that takes an input of wavelet coefficients in the form of a waveletCoef object (see multiCoef for details) and optionally a desired maximum resolution level, j1, to create an inhomogeneous wavelet expansion starting from resolution j0 up to resolution j1. Namely, it creates the wavelet expansion,

∑_{k = 0}^{2^{j_0} - 1} β_k φ_{j_0,k} + ∑_{j = j_0}^{j_1} ∑_{k = 0}^{2^j - 1} β_{j,k} ψ_{j,k}.

where (φ,ψ) denote the father and mother periodised Meyer wavelet functions and β_{j,k} denotes the mother wavelet coefficient at resolution j and location k and β_{k} denotes the father wavelet coefficients at resolution j=j0 and location k. The coefficients beta need to be ordered so that the first 2^\code{j0} elements correspond to father wavelet coefficients at resolution j=\code{j0} and the remaining elements correspond to the mother wavelet coefficients from resolution j=\code{j0} to j = log_2 n - 1. If the maximum resolution level j1 is not specified, the full wavelet expansion will be given.

Value

A numeric vector of size n giving the wavelet function expansion.

See Also

multiCoef

Examples

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library(mwaved)
# Make a noiseless doppler function
n <- 2^8
x <- (1:n)/n
y <- makeDoppler(n)
# Determine the wavelet coefficients
beta <- multiCoef(y)
# plot three raw wavelet expansions truncating in each case at j1 = 3, 4 and 5 respectively
plot(x, y, type = 'l', main = 'Doppler and wavelet projections at three different truncations')
j0 <- 3
j1 <- 5
j <- j0:j1
lcols <- c(1, j - j0 + 2)
ltys <-  c(1, 1:length(j))
matlines(x, sapply(j, function(i) multiProj(beta, j1 = i)), type = 'l', col = lcols[-1])
legend("bottomright", legend = c("Signal", paste('j1 =', j)), col = lcols, lty =ltys)

Example output



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