public class SynWTFilterIntLift5x3 extends SynWTFilterInt
See the SynWTFilter class for details such as normalization, how to split oddlength signals, etc. In particular, this method assumes that the lowpass coefficient is computed first.
SynWTFilter
,
SynWTFilterInt
WT_FILTER_FLOAT_CONVOL, WT_FILTER_FLOAT_LIFT, WT_FILTER_INT_LIFT
COC, COD, COM, CRG, EOC, EPH, EPH_LENGTH, ERS_SEG_SYMBOLS, ERS_SOP, MAX_COMP_BITDEPTH, MAX_LPPM, MAX_LPPT, PLM, PLT, POC, PPM, PPT, PRECINCT_PARTITION_DEF_SIZE, QCC, QCD, RCOM_GEN_USE, RGN, RSIZ_BASELINE, RSIZ_ER_FLAG, RSIZ_ROI, SCOX_HOR_CB_PART, SCOX_PRECINCT_PARTITION, SCOX_USE_EPH, SCOX_USE_SOP, SCOX_VER_CB_PART, SIZ, SOC, SOD, SOP, SOP_LENGTH, SOT, SQCX_EXP_MASK, SQCX_EXP_SHIFT, SQCX_GB_MSK, SQCX_GB_SHIFT, SQCX_NO_QUANTIZATION, SQCX_SCALAR_DERIVED, SQCX_SCALAR_EXPOUNDED, SRGN_IMPLICIT, SSIZ_DEPTH_BITS, TLM
Constructor and Description 

SynWTFilterIntLift5x3() 
Modifier and Type  Method and Description 

int 
getAnHighNegSupport()
Returns the negative support of the highpass analysis filter.

int 
getAnHighPosSupport()
Returns the positive support of the highpass analysis filter.

int 
getAnLowNegSupport()
Returns the negative support of the lowpass analysis filter.

int 
getAnLowPosSupport()
Returns the positive support of the lowpass analysis filter.

int 
getImplType()
Returns the implementation type of this filter, as defined in this
class, such as WT_FILTER_INT_LIFT, WT_FILTER_FLOAT_LIFT,
WT_FILTER_FLOAT_CONVOL.

int 
getSynHighNegSupport()
Returns the negative support of the highpass synthesis filter.

int 
getSynHighPosSupport()
Returns the positive support of the highpass synthesis filter.

int 
getSynLowNegSupport()
Returns the negative support of the lowpass synthesis filter.

int 
getSynLowPosSupport()
Returns the positive support of the lowpass synthesis filter.

boolean 
isReversible()
Returns the reversibility of the filter.

boolean 
isSameAsFullWT(int tailOvrlp,
int headOvrlp,
int inLen)
Returns true if the wavelet filter computes or uses the same "inner"
subband coefficient as the full frame wavelet transform, and false
otherwise.

void 
synthetize_hpf(int[] lowSig,
int lowOff,
int lowLen,
int lowStep,
int[] highSig,
int highOff,
int highLen,
int highStep,
int[] outSig,
int outOff,
int outStep)
An implementation of the synthetize_hpf() method that works on int
data, for the inverse 5x3 wavelet transform using thelifting
scheme.

void 
synthetize_lpf(int[] lowSig,
int lowOff,
int lowLen,
int lowStep,
int[] highSig,
int highOff,
int highLen,
int highStep,
int[] outSig,
int outOff,
int outStep)
An implementation of the synthetize_lpf() method that works on int
data, for the inverse 5x3 wavelet transform using the lifting
scheme.

String 
toString()
Returns a string of information about the synthesis wavelet filter

getDataType, synthetize_hpf, synthetize_lpf
public void synthetize_lpf(int[] lowSig, int lowOff, int lowLen, int lowStep, int[] highSig, int highOff, int highLen, int highStep, int[] outSig, int outOff, int outStep)
The coefficients of the first lifting step are [1/4 1 1/4].
The coefficients of the second lifting step are [1/2 1 1/2].
synthetize_lpf
in class SynWTFilterInt
lowSig
 This is the array that contains the lowpass
input signal.lowOff
 This is the index in lowSig of the first sample to
filter.lowLen
 This is the number of samples in the lowpass
input signal to filter.lowStep
 This is the step, or interleave factor, of the
lowpass input signal samples in the lowSig array.highSig
 This is the array that contains the highpass
input signal.highOff
 This is the index in highSig of the first sample to
filter.highLen
 This is the number of samples in the highpass
input signal to filter.highStep
 This is the step, or interleave factor, of the
highpass input signal samples in the highSig array.outSig
 This is the array where the output signal is
placed. It should be long enough to contain the output signal.outOff
 This is the index in outSig of the element where
to put the first output sample.outStep
 This is the step, or interleave factor, of the
output samples in the outSig array.SynWTFilter.synthetize_lpf(java.lang.Object, int, int, int, java.lang.Object, int, int, int, java.lang.Object, int, int)
public void synthetize_hpf(int[] lowSig, int lowOff, int lowLen, int lowStep, int[] highSig, int highOff, int highLen, int highStep, int[] outSig, int outOff, int outStep)
The coefficients of the first lifting step are [1/4 1 1/4].
The coefficients of the second lifting step are [1/2 1 1/2].
synthetize_hpf
in class SynWTFilterInt
lowSig
 This is the array that contains the lowpass
input signal.lowOff
 This is the index in lowSig of the first sample to
filter.lowLen
 This is the number of samples in the lowpass
input signal to filter.lowStep
 This is the step, or interleave factor, of the
lowpass input signal samples in the lowSig array.highSig
 This is the array that contains the highpass
input signal.highOff
 This is the index in highSig of the first sample to
filter.highLen
 This is the number of samples in the highpass
input signal to filter.highStep
 This is the step, or interleave factor, of the
highpass input signal samples in the highSig array.outSig
 This is the array where the output signal is
placed. It should be long enough to contain the output signal.outOff
 This is the index in outSig of the element where
to put the first output sample.outStep
 This is the step, or interleave factor, of the
output samples in the outSig array.SynWTFilter.synthetize_hpf(java.lang.Object, int, int, int, java.lang.Object, int, int, int, java.lang.Object, int, int)
public int getAnLowNegSupport()
public int getAnLowPosSupport()
public int getAnHighNegSupport()
public int getAnHighPosSupport()
public int getSynLowNegSupport()
A MORE PRECISE DEFINITION IS NEEDED
public int getSynLowPosSupport()
A MORE PRECISE DEFINITION IS NEEDED
public int getSynHighNegSupport()
A MORE PRECISE DEFINITION IS NEEDED
public int getSynHighPosSupport()
A MORE PRECISE DEFINITION IS NEEDED
public int getImplType()
public boolean isReversible()
public boolean isSameAsFullWT(int tailOvrlp, int headOvrlp, int inLen)
The result depends on the length of the allowed overlap when compared to the overlap required by the wavelet filter. It also depends on how overlap processing is implemented in the wavelet filter.
tailOvrlp
 This is the number of samples in the input signal
before the first sample to filter that can be used for overlap.headOvrlp
 This is the number of samples in the input signal
after the last sample to filter that can be used for overlap.inLen
 This is the lenght of the input signal to filter.The
required number of samples in the input signal after the last sample
depends on the length of the input signal.Copyright © 2014 Open Microscopy Environment