The idea for Quaternion Wavelets comes from the need to represent evolving objects without the use of sequencial pictures of the object in different positions. We present a short introduction to ordinary wavelets, emphazising those concepts that are needed to translate the ideas to a quaternion framework. We also set up the quaternionic framework for the theory, because even when it is known, it has been used in so many different ways that a coherent picture becomes very difficult.


Clifford Algebra Monogenic Function Dyadic Cube Cauchy Kernel Dual Quaternion 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 2001

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  • Leonardo Traversoni

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