Biomedical Signal Analysis: Contemporary Methods and by Fabian J. Theis

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If complete, is the set at the same time also redundant? 3. If complete, then how coarse must the sampling grid be, such that the set is minimal or nonredundant? A response to these questions will be given in this section, and we also will show that the most compact set is the orthonormal wavelet set. 31) where with m, n ∈ Z. If we consider this set to be complete in L2 (R) for a given choice of ψ(t), a, b, then {ψmn } is an affine wavelet. f (t) ∈ L2 (R) represents a wavelet synthesis. It recombines the components of a signal to reproduce the original signal f (t).

The WT can be seen as a signal decomposition based on a set of constant-Q bandpasses. In other words, we have an octave decomposition, logarithmic decomposition, or constant-Q decomposition on the frequency scale. The bandwidth of each of the filters in the bank is the same in a logarithmic scale or, equivalently, the ratio of the filters bandwidth to the respective central frequency is constant. 3 The Discrete Wavelet Transformation The CWT has two major drawbacks: redundancy and lack of practical relevance.

The functional localization is based on the evident correlation between neuronal activities and MR signal changes. As is known from both theoretical estimations and experimental results [187], an activated signal variation appears very low on a clinical scanner. This motivates the application of analysis methods to determine the response waveforms and associated activated regions. The main advantages of this technique are (1) noninvasive recording of brain signals without any risk of radiation, unlike CT; (2) excellent spatial and temporal resolution, and (3) integration of fMRI with other techniques, such as MEG and EEG, to study the human brain.

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