# Multiwavelet Sets in the Plane

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A collection of sets that can tile by applying powers of an invertible matrix are called multiwavelet sets. In this Demonstration, two examples of multiwavelet sets are given for equal to or .

Contributed by: Vignon Oussa (January 2013)

Bridgewater State University

Open content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA

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References

[1] D. Larson, E. Schulz, D. Speegle, and K. F. Taylor, "Explicit Cross-Sections of Singly Generated Group Actions," *Harmonic Analysis and Applications* (C. Heil, ed.), Boston: Birkhäuser, 2006 pp. 209–230. doi:10.1007/0-8176-4504-7_ 10.

[2] X. Dai, D. Larson, and D. Speegle, "Wavelet Sets in Rn," *Journal of Fourier Analysis and Applications*, 3(4), 1997 pp. 451–456.

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"Multiwavelet Sets in the Plane"

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Published: January 15 2013