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wthcoef2

Wavelet coefficient thresholding 2-D

Syntax

NC = wthcoef2('type',C,S,N,T,SORH)
NC = wthcoef2('type',C,S,N)
NC = wthcoef2('a',C,S)
NC = wthcoef2('t',C,S,N,T,SORH)

Description

wthcoef2 is a two-dimensional de-noising and compression oriented function.

For 'type' = 'h' ( 'v' or 'd'), NC = wthcoef2('type',C,S,N,T,SORH) returns the horizontal (vertical or diagonal, respectively) coefficients obtained from the wavelet decomposition structure [C,S] (see wavedec2 for more information), by soft (if SORH ='s') or hard (if SORH ='h') thresholding defined in vectors N and T. N contains the detail levels to be thresholded and T the corresponding thresholds. N and T must be of the same length. The vector N must be such that 1 N(i) size(S,1)-2.

For 'type' = 'h' ('v' or 'd'), NC = wthcoef2('type',C,S,N) returns the horizontal (vertical or diagonal, respectively) coefficients obtained from [C,S] by setting all the coefficients of detail levels defined in N to zero.

NC = wthcoef2('a',C,S) returns the coefficients obtained by setting approximation coefficients to zero.

NC = wthcoef2('t',C,S,N,T,SORH) returns the detail coefficients obtained from the wavelet decomposition structure [C,S] by soft (if SORH ='s') or hard (if SORH ='h') thresholding (see wthresh for more information) defined in vectors N and T. N contains the detail levels to be thresholded and T the corresponding thresholds which are applied in the three detail orientations. N and T must be of the same length.

[NC,S] is the modified wavelet decomposition structure.

Extended Capabilities

C/C++ Code Generation
Generate C and C++ code using MATLAB® Coder™.

See Also

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Introduced before R2006a

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