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Old 03-21-2011, 10:15 PM
Nightfir015 Nightfir015 is offline
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Wavelet types


I've been reading up on wavelets, and I know that in NR they use the Daubechies wavelets. However, I know that there are other types of wavelets that can be used, such as the Haar, or the Coiflets.

So my question is : what are the other types of discrete wavelets and why use one instead of the other? It seems that Daubechies is the favored one, but why, and why not others?

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