### TABLE III Cumulative rendering timings (in seconds) of Fourier-wavelet volume rendering. A Haar wavelet was used as a basic wavelet.

2000

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### Table 2: Compression results for two datasets using di erent wavelet bases The implementation of the algorithm was performed within the VolVis volume rendering pack- age [AHH+94] which can be obtained in source code from volvis@cs.sunysb.edu. Some of the VolVis routines had to be modi ed in order to include the adaptive integration step algorithm and the di erent interpolation schemes introduced above. However, the graphical user interface, the input/output routines and the basic raytracing kernel of VolVis remained unchanged providing the same rich functionality.

1996

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### Table 1. Comparison based on equation (6) for adaptive wavelet design of nonsubsampled wavelet transform, adaptive wavelet design of orthogonal wavelet transform and Daubechies wavelet(D12).

2002

"... In PAGE 3: ... It has been verified in our experiment that equation (6) is closely proportional to the detection performance, that is, larger value corresponds to more accurate and easier detection of fabric defects. Comparison based on this criterion for adaptive wavelet design of nonsubsampled wavelet transform, adaptive wavelet design of orthogonal wavelet transform and Daubechies wavelet is shown in Table1 . The filter length of the quadrature mirror filter for adaptive wavelet in orthogonal wavelet transform is 12, and we choose the detail space in which the value of equation (6) is larger than the other two detail spaces.... ..."

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### TABLE IV Cumulative rendering timings (in seconds) of wavelet splatting.

2000

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### Table 1: Rendering time (sees) with different error bounds and wavelets.

### Table 1: Weights, dilations and shifts for adaptive wavelet approximation of /z/.

1993

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### Table 2: Weights, dilations and shifts for adaptive wavelet approximation of /s/.

1993

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### Table 3: Weights, dilations and shifts for adaptive wavelet approximation of /d/.

1993

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### Table 1 gives the lter coe cients of the biorthogonal wavelets adapted to @2 @x2, which are derived from the Daubechies 12 coe cient wavelet. Figure 2 shows the corresponding biorthogonal scaling functions and wavelets.

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