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wavelet

River vs Wavelet - What's the difference?

river | wavelet |


As a proper noun river

is .

As a noun wavelet is

a small wave; a ripple.

Wavefront vs Wavelet - What's the difference?

wavefront | wavelet |


As nouns the difference between wavefront and wavelet

is that wavefront is (physics) an imaginary surface passing through points of a medium oscillating in phase while wavelet is a small wave; a ripple.

Wavelet - What does it mean?

wavelet | |

is likely misspelled.


has no English definition.

As a noun wavelet

is a small wave; a ripple.

Soliton vs Wavelet - What's the difference?

soliton | wavelet |


As nouns the difference between soliton and wavelet

is that soliton is soliton while wavelet is a small wave; a ripple.

Gavelet vs Wavelet - What's the difference?

gavelet | wavelet |


As nouns the difference between gavelet and wavelet

is that gavelet is (legal|uk|obsolete) a special kind of cessavit once used in kent and london for the recovery of rent while wavelet is a small wave; a ripple.

Favelet vs Wavelet - What's the difference?

favelet | wavelet |


As nouns the difference between favelet and wavelet

is that favelet is a bookmarklet while wavelet is a small wave; a ripple.

Wavelet vs Chirplet - What's the difference?

wavelet | chirplet |


As nouns the difference between wavelet and chirplet

is that wavelet is a small wave; a ripple while chirplet is a little chirp.

Wavelet vs Needlet - What's the difference?

wavelet | needlet |


As nouns the difference between wavelet and needlet

is that wavelet is a small wave; a ripple while needlet is a wavelet having the form of a needle.

Wavelet vs Scalogram - What's the difference?

wavelet | scalogram |


As nouns the difference between wavelet and scalogram

is that wavelet is a small wave; a ripple while scalogram is (signal processing) a visual representation of a wavelet transform, having axes for time, scale, and coefficient value, analogous to a spectrogram.

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