Clifford Wavelet Transform and the Uncertainty Principle

  title={Clifford Wavelet Transform and the Uncertainty Principle},
  author={Hicham Banouh and Anouar Ben Mabrouk and M'hamed Kesri},
  journal={Advances in Applied Clifford Algebras},
In this paper we derive a Heisenberg-type uncertainty principle for the continuous Clifford wavelet transform. A brief review of Clifford algebra/analysis, wavelet transform on $\mathbb{R}$ and Clifford-Fourier transform and their proprieties has been conducted. Next, such concepts have been applied to develop an uncertainty principle based on Clifford wavelets. 
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