For an up-to-date set of experiments, please visit this web page
Each directory is an independent tour.
Gabriel Peyre (2020). A Numerical Tour of Signal Processing (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/9554-a-numerical-tour-of-signal-processing), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
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I'm looking for Matlab code for ploting scaling function and wavelet
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Great, do you have more about the wavelets for DSPs?
excelent, like a first approach to denoising images with Wavelets in Matlab
Wavelets, tutorial, approximation, denoising, compression
Regarding the missing files "reverse" and "image_resize", they seem to be in Gabriel's other toolboxes on Matlab Central: "Toolbox signal" and "Toolbox Misc". HTH!
I tried to use MATLAB7.0 to perform 1D wavelet transform mentioned in lecture 1, but an error message was displayed as below:
??? Undefined command/function 'reverse'.
Error in ==> perform_wavelet_transform>aconv at 761
fflip = reverse(f);
Error in ==> perform_wavelet_transform>DownDyadLo at 714
d = aconv(qmf,x);
Error in ==> perform_wavelet_transform>FWT_PO at 468
beta = DownDyadLo(beta,qmf) ;
Error in ==> perform_wavelet_transform at 123
y = FWT_PO(x,Jmin,qmf);
When I tried to perform 2D wavelet transform in lecture 1. The error message was shown as :
??? Undefined command/function 'image_resize'.
Error in ==> load_image at 253
M = image_resize(M,n,n);
Why do all these problems occur? Are some files missing?
Thanks in advance.
This set of numerical experiments complements "A Wavelet Tour" nicely. The examples follow the book. The writing avoids theory and sticks to application. It is also a good standalone wavelets introduction: skip the math and see wavelets in action.
Added new tours.
"A Matlab Tour of Wavelet Programming" is now "A Numerical Tour of Signal Processing"
Lectures 3,4 and 6 have been rewritten.