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Strict real-time can be complicated, but it definitely is doable with a controllable delay. Some call that practically real-time or almost real-time. You will easily find wavelet FPGA implementations for video compression or processing for instance. I would like to underline that overcomplete or redundant wavelets can be a bit more complicated to implement,...


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Even though I'm not much of a wavelet expert, I can answer with a definitive YES!! Now, do you have any messy details to complain about, like the size of the box, the power that it consumes, or the number of frames of delay between the taking of the image and its display? Because that's your real problem. Take the particular wavelet transform you want to ...


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