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Painting with Wavelets
Dynamics of a Chain of Coupled Pendulums
Projection into Spaces Generated by Haar and Daubechies Scaling Functions
Multiwavelet Sets in the Plane
Multirate Signal Processing: Downsampling
Polar Plots of Wavelets
Detecting a Discontinuity Using a Wavelet Scalogram
Twin Dragon Wavelet
Wavelet Matrix Plots of Cellular Automaton Images
Surface of Revolution from Wavelets
Approximating Continuous Functions with Haar Approximations
Elementary Cellular Automaton Dynamics as Wavelets
Wavelet Shrinkage Denoising
Riemann's Example of a Continuous but Nowhere Differentiable Function
Haar Function Interval Points
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