Is there any way wavelet transforms can be

applied when

1) Input size is not 2^n

2) For rectangular input ie , x != y , as in the case of images.

Please let me know.

-Pradeep

Is there any way wavelet transforms can be

applied when

1) Input size is not 2^n

2) For rectangular input ie , x != y , as in the case of images.

Please let me know.

-Pradeep

> Is there any way wavelet transforms can be

> applied when

> 1) Input size is not 2^n

image compression in particular, many algorithms break up the image

into 8x8 or other relativly small fixed 2^n by 2^n blocks, so as to

only require a small amount of padding.

If you were to transform each row first, and then transform theQuote:> 2) For rectangular input ie , x != y , as in the case of images.

columns (or vice versa) then it seems that it wouldnt matter if x !=

y.

I liked the examples given in "Wavelets for Computer Graphics", by

Stollnitz, et. al. You might find that book useful.

Chris DeCoro

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