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1-D and 2-D lifting, Laurent polynomials

Lifting allows you to progressively design perfect reconstruction filter banks with specific properties. For lifting information and an example, see Lifting Method for Constructing Wavelets.


addliftAdd lifting steps to lifting scheme
displsDisplay lifting scheme
filt2lsTransform quadruplet of filters to lifting scheme
laurmatLaurent matrices constructor
laurpolyLaurent polynomials constructor
liftfiltApply elementary lifting steps on quadruplet of filters
liftwaveLifting schemes
lsinfoLifting schemes information
ls2filtTransform lifting scheme to quadruplet of filters
wave2lpLaurent polynomials associated with wavelet
imlptInverse multiscale local 1-D polynomial transform
mlptMultiscale local 1-D polynomial transform
mlptdenoiseDenoise signal using multiscale local 1-D polynomial transform
mlptreconReconstruct signal using inverse multiscale local 1-D polynomial transform
wavemngrWavelet manager
waveletfamiliesWavelet families and family members
waveinfoWavelets information
wavenamesWavelet names for LWT


Lifting Method for Constructing Wavelets

Learn about constructing wavelets that do not depend on Fourier-based methods.

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