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We survey the various applications in MRS of the wavelet transform and related time-frequency methods. For the sake of completeness, we first quickly review the mathematical tools needed.
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)