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Journal of Physics: Conference Series
© Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd. Gibbs effect is generally known for Fourier and Wavelets expansions of a function in the neighborhood of its discontinuities points which deals with the nonuniform convergence of its truncated sums of these expansions. We study this phenomenon using bi-orthogonal wavelets (or simply, framelets) using pseudo-spline tight framelets generated using the oblique extension principle. We present some examples to illustrate the results.
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Gibbs phenomenon, oblique extension principle, pseudo-splines, quasi-affine system, shift-invariant system, tight framelets
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Mohammad, Mutaz, "Bi-orthogonal wavelets for investigating Gibbs effects via oblique extension principle" (2020). All Works. 693.
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