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Ternary wavelets and their applications to signal compression

  title={Ternary wavelets and their applications to signal compression},
  author={Ghulam Mustafa and Falai Chen and Zhangjin Huang},
  journal={International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science},
We introduce ternary wavelets, based on an interpolating 4-point C 2 ternary stationary subdivision scheme, for compressing fractal-like signals. These wavelets are tightly squeezed and therefore they are more suitable for compressing fractal-like signals. The error in compressing fractal-like signals by ternary wavelets is at most half of that given by four-point wavelets (Wei and Chen, 2002). However, for compressing regular signals we further classify ternary wavelets into ‘odd ternary’ and… Expand

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