1 February 2004 Optimal wordlength calculation for forward and inverse discrete wavelet transform architectures
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Optical Engineering, 43(2), (2004). doi:10.1117/1.1637613
Abstract
Discrete wavelet transforms (DWTs) have become a very powerful tool in signal processing. The first point to be considered if implemented in hardware is what wordlength to use. We detail a mathematical approach that enables the determination of the exact dynamic range at any filter output of a J-stage 1-D and 2-D forward or inverse DWT for any arbitrary input signal. Once applied on the forward transform, our approach leads to wordlength bit savings compared to the work published in the literature. These savings are relevant when implementing the transform in hardware since they lead to considerable area savings and speed improvement. In addition, we provide the first investigation in determining the exact dynamic range of the inverse transform stages. Although our focus is on the DWTs, the approach can be applied on any finite impulse response (FIR)-filter-based architecture.
Abdsamad Benkrid, Khaled Benkrid, Danny Crookes, "Optimal wordlength calculation for forward and inverse discrete wavelet transform architectures," Optical Engineering 43(2), (1 February 2004). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.1637613
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Discrete wavelet transforms

Electronic filtering

Optical filters

Linear filtering

Convolution

S band

Optical engineering

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