# Computers & Mathematics with Applications

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^{n}are intuitively considered as sums of boundary values of holomorphic functions defined in infinitesimal wedges in C

^{n}. Orthonormal multiwavelets, which are a generalization of orthonormal single wavelets, generate a multiresolution analysis by means of several scaling functions. Microlocal analysis is briefly reviewed and a multiwavelet system adapted to microlocal...

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