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Wavelets are the most popular time-scale analysis tool. A well-known application of wavelets in nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy is water peak extraction/suppression. However, spectroscopists are more familiar with frequency than scale. So, from a spectroscopist point of view, a time-scale analysis tool (i.e., wavelets) is not natural and a(More)
Suppressing the solvent peak is important in many applications of biomedical NMR spectroscopy in order to quantify the metabolites with a great accuracy. Among the postprocessing methods proposed in the literature, many deal with the concept of filtering. However, several proposals lack a theoretical perspective and some have not been explicitly applied to(More)
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