Wavelet packet decomposition 2D
T = wpdec2(X,N,
'wname'
,E,P)
T = wpdec2(X,N,'wname'
)
T = wpdec2(X,N,wnam
,'shannon')
wpdec2
is a twodimensional
wavelet packet analysis function.
T = wpdec2(X,N,
returns
a wavelet packet tree 'wname'
,E,P)T
corresponding to the wavelet
packet decomposition of the matrix X
, at level N
,
with a particular wavelet ('wname'
, see wfilters
for more information).
T = wpdec2(X,N,
is
equivalent to 'wname'
)T = wpdec2(X,N,
.wnam
,'shannon')
E
is a character vector containing the type
of entropy and P
is an optional parameter depending
on the value of T
(see wentropy
for
more information).
Entropy Type Name (E)  Parameter (P)  Comments 

'shannon'  P is not used.  
'log energy'  P is not used.  
'threshold'  0 ≤ P  P is the threshold. 
'sure'  0 ≤ P  P is the threshold. 
'norm'  1 ≤ P  P is the power. 
'user'  Character vector  P is a character vector containing the file
name of your own entropy function, with a single input X . 
STR  No constraints on P  STR is any other character vector except
those used for the previous Entropy Type Names listed above.

Note
The 
See wpdec
for a more
complete description of the wavelet packet decomposition.
% The current extension mode is zeropadding (see dwtmode). % Load image. load tire % X contains the loaded image. % For an image the decomposition is performed using: t = wpdec2(X,2,'db1'); % The default entropy is shannon. % Plot wavelet packet tree % (quarternary tree, or tree of order 4). plot(t)
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