Translations:Wavelets - book/3/en

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What is a wavelet? A wavelet is a signal that has finite energy (Robinson, 1962[1], 1964a[2], 1964[3]b). In other words, a wavelet is a waveform with the bulk of its energy confined to a finite interval on the time scale. A wavelet can be written as

  1. Robinson, E. A., 1962, Random wavelets and cybernetic systems: Charles Griffin and Co.
  2. Robinson, E. A., 1964a, Wavelet composition of time series, in H. O. A. Wold, ed., Econometric model building, essays on the causal chain approach: North Holland Publishing Co., 37–106.
  3. Robinson, E. A., 1964b, Recursive decomposition of time series, in H. O. A. Wold, ed., Econometric model building, essays on the causal chain approach: North Holland Publishing Co., 111–168.