A real-time algorithm for signal analysis with the help of the wavelet transform

@inproceedings{Holschneider1989ARA,
  title={A real-time algorithm for signal analysis with the help of the wavelet transform},
  author={M. Holschneider and R. Kronland-Martinet and J. Morlet and P. Tchamitchian},
  year={1989}
}
The purpose of this paper is to present a real-time algorithm for the analysis of time-varying signals with the help of the wavelet transform. We shall briefly describe this transformation in the following. For more details, we refer to the literature [1]. 
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