Multiwavelets have been revealed to be a successful generalization within the context of wavelet theory. Recently Lebrun and Vetterli have introduced the concept of “balanced” multiwavelets, which present properties that are usually absent in the case of classicalmultiwavelets and do not need the prefiltering step. In this work we present an algebraic construction of biorthogonal multiwavelets by means of the well-known “lifting scheme”.The flexibility of this tool allows us to exploit the degrees of freedom left after satisfying the perfect reconstruction condition in order to obtain finite k-balanced multifilters withcustom-designed properties which give rise to new balanced multiwavelet bases. All the problems we deal with are stated in the framework of banded block recursive matrices, since simplified algebraic conditions can be derived from this recursive approach

An algebraic construction of k-balanced multiwavelets via the lifting scheme

COTRONEI, Mariantonia;
2000

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Multiwavelets have been revealed to be a successful generalization within the context of wavelet theory. Recently Lebrun and Vetterli have introduced the concept of “balanced” multiwavelets, which present properties that are usually absent in the case of classicalmultiwavelets and do not need the prefiltering step. In this work we present an algebraic construction of biorthogonal multiwavelets by means of the well-known “lifting scheme”.The flexibility of this tool allows us to exploit the degrees of freedom left after satisfying the perfect reconstruction condition in order to obtain finite k-balanced multifilters withcustom-designed properties which give rise to new balanced multiwavelet bases. All the problems we deal with are stated in the framework of banded block recursive matrices, since simplified algebraic conditions can be derived from this recursive approach
Balanced multiwavelets; Block recursive matrices; Lifting scheme
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