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Application of fast integral wavelet transform to analysis of building vibration problems

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3 Author(s)
Cheung, A. ; Hong Kong City Polytech. Inst., Hong Kong ; Chui, C.K. ; Chan, A.K.

We describe a new technique based on multiresolution analysis (MRA) to compute the fast integral wavelet transform (FIWT) on a dense set of time-scale plane using compactly supported biorthogonal spline wavelets. This method is different from the one that gives wavelet coefficients of a finite energy function at dyadic positions and binary scales. Although these coefficients are sufficient to reconstruct the function, they are not suitable for visual display on a time-scale plane. A few examples are included to elucidate the method

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Speech, Image Processing and Neural Networks, 1994. Proceedings, ISSIPNN '94., 1994 International Symposium on

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13-16 Apr 1994