### Table 1. Filter coefficients of Daubechies wavelets.

"... In PAGE 2: ... Compactly supported wavelets are generally used in various applications. Table1 lists a few orthonormal wavelet filter coefficients (h n ( ) ) popular in compression applications [6]. These wavelets have the property of having the maximum number of vanishing moments for a given order, and are known as Daubechies wavelets.... In PAGE 4: ... Subsequent stages of DWT decomposition is executed in the same manner. We note from Table1 that the maximum absolute value of a filter coefficient is between 0.5 and 1.... ..."

### Table 1. Filter coefficients of Daubechies wavelet of order 8.

2005

"... In PAGE 13: ...ection 2.2. We choose the compact orthonormal Daubechies wavelet of order 8 to construct the high-pass and low-pass filters. Coefficients of Daubechies wavelet of order 8 are listed in Table1 . One could easily verify that the transformation matrix A similarly constructed as in equation (5) by these coefficients satisfies condition (7) to provide an orthogonal transfor- mation.... ..."

### Table 1: Summary of Filter Designs for Systematized Collection of Daubechies Wavelets

1998

"... In PAGE 2: ...Taswell: Unifying Algorithm for Daubechies Wavelets cases and by (N; K) in the orthogonal cases which re- quire N Na = Ns and K Ka = Ks. See Table1 for a list summarizing the names and designs of the lter families. With regard to the respective cases of real biorthog- onal, real orthogonal, and complex orthogonal, various additional constraints must be imposed.... In PAGE 2: ... In addition, if the parity of K is ignored, then minimizing or maximizing pnl(A) for complex lters de nes the least and most nonlinear families, respectively. See Table1 for a sum- mary of the lter designs. Note that the DROLD and DROMA families are computed via di erent factoriza- tion and selection methods but should ideally be equiv- alent.... ..."

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### Table 2: Summary of Filter Designs for Systematized Collection of Daubechies Wavelets

1998

"... In PAGE 21: ...ersus complementary subset comparison rules (Section 2.4.3). After balancing the regularities for both A and S, the nal selection is chosen so that tdr(S) gt; tdr(A). Table2 summarizes the lter designs for the families. Note that the DCOLN family is the union of the even-indexed DCOLA and odd-indexed DCOMS families, while the DCOMN family is the union of the even-indexed DCOMA and odd-indexed DCOLS families.... In PAGE 25: ... Finally, to demonstrate the complete set of scalets and wavelets for a given family, Figures 13 and 14 display the DCOLN scalets and wavelets from K =1toK = 24. Technically, as listed in Table2 , complex lters for DCOLN require K 3 because all orthogonal families are equivalent and real for K 2. However, for consistency of comparisons with all other families (see below), graphical displays and numerical tables were arranged such that K = 1 and K = 2 were included.... ..."

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### Table. Constants ck( ) for s.o. spline and orthogonal Daubechies wavelets

### Table 1: Length of lters for Daubechies wavelets truncated at = 0:001

### Table 1: Comparison of Haar wavelet with Daubechies wavelet (H = 0.9).

1999

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### Table 4.1 Wavelet falter construction example showing Daubechies wavelet 3 (db3)

### Table 1: Frame and segment level error rates for Daubechies wavelet transform of different degrees.

"... In PAGE 7: ...5 First test determined which kind of wavelet transformation was to be used. Table1 shows the error rates on frame and segment level of the Daubechies wavelet transformation of different degrees. Clearly, the Daubechies transform with 4 coefficients performs best.... ..."

### Table 2. Scales of the 4-point Daubechies Discrete Wavelet Transform

1993

"... In PAGE 6: ... The DWT coefficients for each running-mean ERP were squared, summed, averaged and plotted as a function of time relative to the stimulus. Each row of graphs represents one scale of the transform beginning with the smallest scales at the top (see Table2 ) and proceeding to the largest scale at the bottom. Each column of graphs corresponds to one electrode site in the order Fz, Cz, Pz, from left to right.... In PAGE 12: ...transform was based on the 4-point Daubechies filters which appeared to be superior to the 20-point filters used in the initial linear regression models. Second, since low frequency information seemed valuable in the linear regression models, the range of the transform was extended, adding a fifth scale ( Table2 ). Third, selection of the coefficients was not performed by the decimation approach taken for the linear regression models.... ..."

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