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Complex mexican hat wavelet

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  1. a low-oscillation, complex-valued, wavelet for the continuous wavelet transform

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  2. This wavelet is formulated in terms of its Fourier transform as the Hilbert analytic function of the conventional Mexican hat wavelet

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  3. This wavelet has O(|t|⁻³) asymptotic temporal decay in |¶si(t)|, dominated by the discontinuity of the second derivative of \hat¶si(\omega) at \omega=0

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  4. 0 & \omega≦q0 \endcases Temporally, this wavelet can be expressed in terms of the error function, as

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  5. This wavelet was proposed in 2002 by Addison et al

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  6. for applications requiring high temporal precision time-frequency analysis

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