A multiresolution nonrectangular wavelet representation for two-dimensional signals
Çetin, A. E.
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In this paper, a new multiresolution wavelet representation for two-dimensional signals is described. This wavelet representation is based on a nonrectangular decomposition of the frequency domain. The decomposition can be implemented by a digital filter bank. The application of the new representation to the coding of quincunx and rectangularly sampled images is considered and simulation examples are presented.
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