Wavelets and Fast Numerical Algorithms

  title={Wavelets and Fast Numerical Algorithms},
  author={Gregory Beylkin},
Numerical algorithms using wavelet bases are similar to other transform methods in that vectors and operators are expanded into a basis and the computations take place in the new system of coordinates. As in all transform methods, such approach seeks an advantage in that the computation is faster in the new system of coordinates than in the original domain. However, due to the recursive definition of wavelets, their controllable localization in both space and wave number (time and frequency… CONTINUE READING
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