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On Generalized Coiflets

@inproceedings{Cern2005OnGC,
  title={On Generalized Coiflets},
  author={D. Cern{\'a} and V. Finek},
  year={2005}
}
This paper deals with generalized coiflets designed in [Monzón, Beylkin, Hereman, 1999] and with computing their scaling coefficients, respectively. Such wavelets are useful in applications where interpolation and linear phase are of importance. We derive alternative definitions and prove their equivalence. In all definitions the system with minimal number of equations is proposed, the third definition enables to eliminate some quadratic conditions occurring in original definition. Moreover, by… Expand

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