Oct 10, Fast Discrete Curvelet Transforms. Article (PDF Available) in SIAM Journal on Multiscale Modeling and Simulation 5(3) · September with. Satellite image fusion using Fast Discrete Curvelet Transforms. Abstract: Image fusion based on the Fourier and wavelet transform methods retain rich. Nov 23, Fast digital implementations of the second generation curvelet transform for use in data processing are disclosed. One such digital.

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Such representations are nearly as sparse as if the object were not singular and, as it turns out, far sparser than the wavelet decomposition of the object.

By now, multiscale thinking is associated with an impressive and ever increasing list of success stories. In signal processing for example, an incentive for seeking an alternative to wavelet analysis is the fact that interesting phenomena occur along curves or sheets, e. By clicking accept or continuing to use the site, you agree to the terms outlined in our Privacy PolicyTerms of Serviceand Dataset License.

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This pyramid is nonstandard, however. The mathematics of computerized tomography. The output may be thought of as a collection of coefficients c D j,l,k obtained by Equation 3.

Technical Report, Stanford University, A somewhat naive solution is to pad the image with zeros. The method according to claim 4wherein the resampling within each trapezoidal or prismoidal region further comprises performing unequispaced Fast Fourier Transforms. The method according to claim 1wherein the performing of the discrete curvelet transform runs in O n 3 log n floating point operations for n by n by n Cartesian arrays, wherein n is the number of discrete information bits in a direction along an x, a y, or a z axis.

Math 57, A few properties of the curvelet transform are listed below: In the first example, the decay of the coefficients of the curvelet and various wavelet representations are compared on an image with curve-like singularities.

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Fast Fourier transforms for nonequispaced data. The implication in statistics is that one transdorms recover such objects from noisy data by simple curvelet shrinkage and obtain a Mean Squared Error MSE order of magnitude better than what is achieved by more traditional methods.


On the one hand, the enhanced sparsity simplifies mathematical analysis and allows one to prove sharper inequalities. Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics In these challenging setups, the FDCT may be used to separate the image of interest from noise and clutters and provide sharp reconstructions of selected image features. One such digital transformation is based on unequally-spaced fast Fourier transforms USFFT while another is based on the wrapping of specially selected Fourier samples. By construction, a substantial number of basis functions appear to be supported on two or more very distant regions of the image, because they overlap the image boundary and get copied by periodicity.

The solution at a later time is known analytically, and may therefore be computed exactly. The method according to claim 12wherein the performing of the inverse discrete curvelet transform comprises: Simoncelli and W T Freeman.

Trigonometric series, Cambridge University Press, It is sparse in the sense that the matrix entries in an arbitrary row or column decay nearly exponentially fast i. The method for manipulating data in a data processor may further comprise using a smooth partition of unity, or square-root thereof, made of overlapping indicators.

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In the frequency domain, the wedge-shaped support does not fit in the fundamental cell and its periodization introduces energy at unwanted angles. Method of and system for blind extraction of more pure components than mixtures in 1d and 2d nmr spectroscopy and mass spectrometry combining sparse component analysis and single component points.

It is possible, however, to downsample chrvelet naive grid, and obtain for discrtee scale and angle a subgrid which has the same cardinality as that in use in the USFFT implementation. The key to higher-dimensional intermittency?


Tables 1 and 2 Tables 2 and 3 in the Annex report the running time of both FDCT’s on a sequence of arrays of increasing size. For a given scale, this corresponds only to two Cartesian sampling grids, one for all angles in the East-West quadrants, and one for the North-South quadrants.

The Annex forms an integral part of the specification as a whole. The statistical optimality of the curvelet shrinkage extends to other situations involving indirect measurements as in a large class of ill-posed inverse problems.

Optimally sparse representation of wave trqnsforms. Numerically, the non-aliased part amounts to about This method may be an isometry in exact arithmetic. SUMMARY It is an object of the subject matter disclosed and claimed in this specification to provide fast and accurate discrete curvelet transforms operating on digital data in order to realize the potential of curvelets and deploy this technology to a wide range of practical uses, such as image processing, data analysis, and scientific computing.

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The method according to claim 1wherein the discrete curvelet transform is invertible by means of an inverse discrete curvelet transform. See references 17, 19, 4, 31, 14, and Such variations and alternative embodiments are contemplated, and can be made, without departing from the scope of the invention as defined in the appended claims.

The method according to claim 1, wherein the performing of the discrete curvelet transform runs in O doscrete 2 log n floating point operations for n by n Cartesian arrays, wherein n is the number of discrete information bits in a direction along an x or a y axis.

A physical interpretation of this result is that curvelets may be viewed as coherent waveforms with enough frequency localization so that they behave like waves but at the same time, with enough spatial localization so that they simultaneously behave like particles. Wave Atoms, and Wave Equations, Ph. Guo, K, et al.

The method according to claim 1, wherein the discrete curvelet transform is invertible by means of an inverse discrete curvelet transform. In the USFFT version, the discrete Fourier transform, viewed as a trigonometric polynomial, is sampled within each parallelogramal region discretr an equispaced grid aligned with the axes of the parallelogram.

While several illustrative embodiments of the invention have been discrefe and described in the above description, numerous variations and alternative embodiments will occur to those skilled in the art and it should be understood that, within the scope of the appended claims, the invention may be practiced otherwise than as specifically described.

Stolk, Sparsity- and continuity-promoting seismic image recovery with curvelet frames. Vetterli, The contourlet transform: