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91). 52). Again, the ﬁlters used for computing the inverse transform are the same as those that computed the forward one. 17) displayed the matrix representation of the Haar wavelet transform. We also remarked in that section that the matrix was orthogonal in that W T W = I. This implies that the inverse transform to the Haar wavelet transform is just W T .
The non-zero coeﬃcients are those that encode the discontinuities or non-smooth parts. However, the idea is that for a ‘mostly smooth’ object there will be few non-zero coeﬃcients to compress further. Similar remarks apply to many statistical estimation problems. Taking the wavelet transform of an object is often advantageous as it results in a sparse representation of that object. Having only a few non-zero coeﬃcients means that there are few coeﬃcients that actually need to be estimated. In terms of information, it is better to have n pieces of data to estimate a few coeﬃcients rather than n pieces of data to estimate n coeﬃcients!
Here larger j would indicate Vj containing functions with ﬁner and ﬁner scales. Hence, one would expect that if a function was in Vj , then it must also be in V for > j. Mathematically this is expressed as Vj ⊂ V for > j. This means that the spaces form a ladder: · · · ⊂ V−2 ⊂ V−1 ⊂ V0 ⊂ V1 ⊂ V2 ⊂ · · · . 43) 38 2 Wavelets As j becomes large and positive we include more and more functions of increasingly ﬁner resolution. Eventually, as j tends to inﬁnity we want to include all functions: mathematically this means that the union of all the Vj spaces is equivalent to the whole function space we are interested in.
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