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The Choice of a Primary Resolution and Basis Functions in Wavelet Series for Random or Irregular Design Points Using Bayesian Methods
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The Choice of a Primary Resolution and Basis Functions in Wavelet Series for Random or Irregular Design Points Using Bayesian Methods
Park, Chun-Gun;
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 Abstract
In this paper, the choice of a primary resolution and wavelet basis functions are introduced under random or irregular design points of which the sample size is free of a power of two. Most wavelet methods have used the number of the points as the primary resolution. However, it turns out that a proper primary resolution is much affected by the shape of an unknown function. The proposed methods are illustrated by some simulations.
 Keywords
Wavelet series;primary resolution;wavelet basis functions;Bayesian methods;
 Language
English
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