A Quantum Wavelet Uncertainty Principle

  title={A Quantum Wavelet Uncertainty Principle},
  author={Sabrine Arfaoui and Maryam Gharamah Alshehri and Anouar Ben Mabrouk},
  journal={Fractal and Fractional},
In the present paper, an uncertainty principle is derived in the quantum wavelet framework. Precisely, a new uncertainty principle for the generalized q-Bessel wavelet transform, based on some q-quantum wavelet, is established. A two-parameters extension of the classical Bessel operator is applied to generate a wavelet function which is used for exploring a wavelet uncertainty principle in the q-calculus framework. 


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