Understanding the vector input to matlab function dwt
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Damon Raynor on 8 Nov 2021
Answered: Abhishek Kolla on 11 Nov 2021
Utilizing a current signal in the time domain with a 1000 points of data as my input to the dwt function [cA,cD] = dwt(x,wname), will I have to interatively use the dwt function to process across the whole dataset? Will the vector input "x" be some sort of chunck of the dataset?
Abhishek Kolla on 11 Nov 2021
The input vector x will contain all the data points present in the input current signal.
In the below link try running the first example in MATLAB Online. Go to workspace and open the variable noisdopp to visualize the form of input vector to the function dwt
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