Math. Model. Nat. Phenom.
Volume 8, Number 1, 2013Harmonic analysis
|Page(s)||18 - 47|
|Published online||28 January 2013|
Properties of Discrete Framelet Transforms
Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences,
University of Alberta Edmonton, Alberta
∗ Corresponding author. E-mail: email@example.com
As one of the major directions in applied and computational harmonic analysis, the classical theory of wavelets and framelets has been extensively investigated in the function setting, in particular, in the function space L2(ℝd). A discrete wavelet transform is often regarded as a byproduct in wavelet analysis by decomposing and reconstructing functions in L2(ℝd) via nested subspaces of L2(ℝd) in a multiresolution analysis. However, since the input/output data and all filters in a discrete wavelet transform are of discrete nature, to understand better the performance of wavelets and framelets in applications, it is more natural and fundamental to directly study a discrete framelet/wavelet transform and its key properties. The main topic of this paper is to study various properties of a discrete framelet transform purely in the discrete/digital setting without involving the function space L2(ℝd). We shall develop a comprehensive theory of discrete framelets and wavelets using an algorithmic approach by directly studying a discrete framelet transform. The connections between our algorithmic approach and the classical theory of wavelets and framelets in the function setting will be addressed. Using tensor product of univariate complex-valued tight framelets, we shall also present an example of directional tight framelets in this paper.
Mathematics Subject Classification: 42C40 / 42C15
Key words: discrete framelet transform / perfect reconstruction / sparsity / stability / dual framelet filter banks / discrete affine systems / linear-phase moments / vanishing moments / sum rules
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