Projection-based wavelet denoising [lecture notes]
Cetin, A. E.
IEEE Signal Processing Magazine
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
120 - 124
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In this lecture note, we describe a wavelet domain denoising method consisting of making orthogonal projections of wavelet (subbands) signals of the noisy signal onto an upside down pyramid-shaped region in a multidimensional space. Each horizontal slice of the upside down pyramid is a diamond shaped region and it is called an -ball. The upside down pyramid is called the epigraph set of the -norm cost function. We show that the method leads to soft-thresholding as in standard wavelet denoising methods. Orthogonal projection operations automatically determine the soft-threshold values of the wavelet signals. © 2015 IEEE.