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D) The imaginary part of the wavelet transform Im(T(a,b)). (e) The phase of the wavelet transform. ϕ(a,b) = tan−1{[Im(T(a,b))]/[Re(T(a,b))]} (-π phase in black, π phase in white, zero phase in mid-grey tone). (f) The modulus of the wavelet transform. T (a, b) = [Re(T (a, b))]2 +[Im(T (a, b))]2 (maximum values in white, zero values in black). comprises a sinusoidal waveform within a Gaussian envelope which leads the real part by one-quarter of a cycle. In other words, it is phase-shifted by one-quarter of a cycle from the real part.

This time, a coarser shading is used and contour lines are added to enhance the visualization of the periodic structure of the transform plot. 21d contains the imaginary part of T(a,b). 21c. In fact, the imaginary plot is a phase-shifted version of the real plot. 20a. 21 Morlet wavelet analysis of a two-component sinusoidal waveform: (a) Original signal. (b) The real part of the wavelet transform Re(T(a,b)) (positive maxima in white, negative minima in black). (c) The real part of the wavelet transform Re(T(a,b)) (same plot as (b) but with contours added and a coarser shading used).

E. a = 1) as fc. 23) where the passband centre of the mother wavelet, fc, becomes a scaling constant and f is the representative or characteristic frequency for the wavelet at scale a. 251 for the Mexican hat mother wavelet. 25 of its period, p(=1/f). 23, we can now associate the scale-dependent energy, E(a), with the passband frequency of our wavelet. 24) We can rewrite this equation in terms of passband frequency by making the change of variable f = fc/a. 25) where we define EW(f) = E(a)/fc for f = fc/a, and the subscripted ‘W’ corresponds to ‘wavelet’ to differentiate it from its Fourier counterpart.