Re: An effect I've been working on ("Julius O. Smith III" )

Subject: Re: An effect I've been working on
From:    "Julius O. Smith III"  <jos(at)ccrma.Stanford.EDU>
Date:    Thu, 20 Mar 1997 10:07:52 -0800

> > > The wavelet approach has several advantages over normal Fourier filtering > > > since its filters have local support both in time and frequency, > > > > Due to the uncertainty principle this ain't possible for linear > > time-frequency distributions. > > Agreed, in theory: a signal can't be at the same time > limited on both domains. Yes, this explains why people have such a hard time getting off the telephone: Since the phone line is bandlimited to 3 kHz or so, it cannot be time limited. -- JOS

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