# filterbank

Wavelet and scaling filters

## Syntax

## Description

returns the Fourier transform of the scaling filter for the 2-D wavelet scattering network,
`phif`

= filterbank(`sf`

)`sf`

. `phif`

is a single or double-precision matrix
depending on the value of the `Precision`

property of the scattering
network. `phif`

has dimensions
*M*-by-*N*, where *M* and
*N* are the padded row and column sizes of the scattering network.

`[`

returns the Fourier transforms for the wavelet filters in `phif`

,`psifilters`

] = filterbank(`sf`

)`psifilters`

.
`psifilters`

is an *Nfb*-by-1 cell array, where
*Nfb* is the number of filter banks in the scattering network. Each
element of `psifilters`

is a 3-D array. The 3-D arrays are
*M*-by-*N*-by-*L*, where
*M* and *N* are the padded row and column sizes of the
wavelet filters and *L* is the number of wavelet filters for each filter
bank. The wavelet filters are ordered by increasing scale with
`NumRotations`

wavelet filters for each scale. Within a scale, the
wavelet filters are ordered by rotation angle.

`[`

returns the center spatial frequencies for the wavelet filters in
`phif`

,`psifilters`

,`f`

] = filterbank(`sf`

)`psifilters`

. `f`

is an *Nfb*-by-1
cell array, where *Nfb* is the number of filter banks in
`sf`

. The *j*th element of `f`

contains the center frequencies for the *j*th wavelet filter bank in
`psifilters`

. Each element of `f`

is a
*L*-by-2 matrix with each row containing the center frequencies of the
corresponding *L*th wavelet.

`[`

returns the filter parameters for the 2-D scattering network.
`phif`

,`psifilters`

,`f`

,`filterparams`

] = filterbank(`sf`

)`filterparams`

is an *Nfb*-by-1 cell array of
MATLAB^{®} tables, where the *j*th element of
`filterparams`

is a MATLAB table containing the filter parameters for the *j*th filter
bank

`[___] = filterbank(`

returns the desired outputs for the filter banks specified in `sf`

,`fb`

)`fb`

.
`fb`

is a scalar or vector of integers between 1 and
`numfilterbanks(sf)`

inclusive. If `fb`

is a scalar,
`psifilters`

is an
*M*-by-*N*-by-*L* matrix, and
`filterparams`

is a MATLAB table.

## Examples

### Plot Wavelet Center Frequencies

This example shows how to plot the scaling filter and the wavelet filter center frequencies for a two-filter bank wavelet image scattering network.

Create a wavelet image scattering network with two filter banks. The first filter bank has a quality factor of 2, and the second filter bank has a quality factor of 1.

`sf = waveletScattering2('QualityFactors',[2 1])`

sf = waveletScattering2 with properties: ImageSize: [128 128] InvarianceScale: 64 NumRotations: [6 6] QualityFactors: [2 1] Precision: "single" OversamplingFactor: 0 OptimizePath: 1

Obtain the scaling filter, wavelet filters, and wavelet center frequencies for the network.

[phif,psifilters,f] = filterbank(sf);

Make a surface plot of the scaling filter.

Nx = size(phif,1); Ny = size(phif,2); fx = -1/2:1/Nx:1/2-1/Nx; fy = -1/2:1/Ny:1/2-1/Ny; surf(fx,fy,fftshift(phif)) shading interp title('Scaling Filter') xlabel('f_x') ylabel('f_y')

Plot the wavelet center frequencies for the two filter banks.

figure plot(f{1}(:,1),f{1}(:,2),'k*') hold on grid on plot(f{2}(:,1),f{2}(:,2),'r^','MarkerFaceColor',[1 0 0]) axis equal xlabel('f_x') ylabel('f_y') legend('First Filter Bank Q = 2','Second Filter Bank Q = 1')

### Plot Specific Wavelet of Image Scattering Network

This example shows how to obtain and plot a specific wavelet of a wavelet image scattering network.

Create a wavelet image scattering network with two filter banks. The first filter bank has a quality factor of 2 and seven rotations per wavelet. The second filter bank has a quality factor of 1 and five rotations per wavelet.

sf = waveletScattering2('QualityFactors',[2 1],'NumRotations',[7 5])

sf = waveletScattering2 with properties: ImageSize: [128 128] InvarianceScale: 64 NumRotations: [7 5] QualityFactors: [2 1] Precision: "single" OversamplingFactor: 0 OptimizePath: 1

Obtain the wavelet filters and center frequencies for the network. Return the dimensions of the two cell arrays.

[~,psifilters,f] = filterbank(sf); psifilters

`psifilters=`*2×1 cell array*
{192x192x42 single}
{192x192x20 single}

f

`f=`*2×1 cell array*
{42x2 double}
{20x2 double}

The first filter bank has 42 wavelet filters, and the second filter bank has 20 filters. The number of filters in each filter bank is a multiple of the corresponding value in `NumRotations`

. Use the helper function `helperPlotWavelet`

to plot a specific wavelet and mark its center frequency.

figure whichFilterBank = 1; whichWavelet = 13; helperPlotWavelet(psifilters,f,whichFilterBank,whichWavelet)

**Appendix**

The following helper function is used in this example.

function helperPlotWavelet(psiFilters,psiFreq,filBank,wvFilter) Nx = size(psiFilters{filBank},2); Ny = size(psiFilters{filBank},1); fx = -1/2:1/Nx:1/2-1/Nx; fy = -1/2:1/Ny:1/2-1/Ny; imagesc(fx,fy,fftshift(psiFilters{filBank}(:,:,wvFilter))) axis xy hold on xlabel('f_x') ylabel('f_y') plot(psiFreq{filBank}(wvFilter,1),psiFreq{filBank}(wvFilter,2),... 'k^','markerfacecolor',[0 0 0]) str = sprintf('Filter Bank: %d Wavelet: %d',filBank,wvFilter); title(str) end

### Determine Wavelet Semi-Major Axis

This example shows how to determine the semi-major axis of a wavelet filter in a 2-D wavelet scattering network.

Create a 2-D wavelet scattering network. The network has two filter banks with quality factors of 2 and 1, respectively. There are seven rotations per wavelet in the first filter bank and five rotations per wavelet in the second filter bank. Return the Fourier transforms of the wavelet filters and their center spatial frequencies, and the filter bank parameters.

sf = waveletScattering2('QualityFactors',[2 1],'NumRotations',[7 5]); [~,psif,f,fparams] = filterbank(sf);

The wavelet filters in `psif`

are ordered by increasing scale, with `NumRotations`

wavelet filters for each scale. Within a scale, the wavelet filters are ordered by rotation.

Return the reported 3 dB bandwidths, rotation angles, and slant parameter of the first filter bank. Return the dimensions of the matrix containing the wavelet filters of the first filter bank. Confirm that (number of rotations) $\times $ (number of bandwidths) equals the size of the third dimension of the matrix. The product is the number of wavelet filters in the filter bank. The row and column sizes are the dimensions of the padded wavelet filters. Note that the slant parameter is less than 1.

fparams{1}.psi3dBbw

`ans = `*1×6*
0.1464 0.1036 0.0732 0.0518 0.0366 0.0366

fparams{1}.rotations

`ans = `*1×7*
0 0.4488 0.8976 1.3464 1.7952 2.2440 2.6928

fparams{1}.slant

ans = 0.5817

size(psif{1})

`ans = `*1×3*
192 192 42

The vector `fparams{1}.psi3dBbw`

has six elements. The number of elements is equal to the number of wavelet scales in the first filter bank.

From the first filter bank, obtain the unrotated wavelet filter from the second finest scale. Obtain the center spatial frequency of the wavelet. Use the helper function `helperPlotWaveletFT`

to plot the wavelet and mark its center frequency. The code for `helperPlotWaveletFT`

is shown at the end of this example.

whichFilterBank = 1; whichScale = 2; whichRotAngle = 1; numRot = sf.NumRotations(whichFilterBank); wvf = psif{whichFilterBank}(:,:,1+(whichScale-1)*numRot+(whichRotAngle-1)); wvfCenFrq = f{whichFilterBank}(1+(whichScale-1)*numRot+(whichRotAngle-1),:); helperPlotWaveletFT(wvf,wvfCenFrq)

Take the inverse Fourier transform of the wavelet filter. The filter is strictly real, and the inverse Fourier transform is complex-valued. Use the helper function `helperPlotWavelet`

to plot the absolute value of the wavelet. The code for `helperPlotWavelet`

is shown at the end of this example.

wvf_ifft = ifft2(wvf); figure helperPlotWavelet(wvf_ifft)

Note that the semi-major axis of the wavelet support is in the *y*-direction. This is consistent with a slant parameter whose value is less than 1. The vector `(0,0.1)`

coincides with the semi-major axis. Plot the vector in the previous figure.

vec = [0 0.1]; hold on plot([0 vec(1)],[0 vec(2)],'wx-') xlim([-0.2 0.2]) ylim([-0.2 0.2])

From the same filter bank and scale, choose a rotated wavelet filter. Plot the absolute value of the wavelet in the spatial domain. Use the associated rotation angle in `fparams{1}.rotations`

, and rotate clockwise the vector `(0,0.1)`

by that amount. Plot the rotated vector in the figure. Confirm that the vector is aligned with the semi-major axis of the rotated wavelet.

whichRotAngle = 3; rotAngle = fparams{whichFilterBank}.rotations(whichRotAngle); rmat = [cos(rotAngle) sin(rotAngle) ; -sin(rotAngle) cos(rotAngle)]; wvf = psif{whichFilterBank}(:,:,1+(whichScale-1)*numRot+(whichRotAngle-1)); wvf_ifft = ifft2(wvf); rvec = rmat*vec'; figure helperPlotWavelet(wvf_ifft) hold on plot([0 rvec(1)],[0 rvec(2)],'wx-') xlim([-0.2 0.2]) ylim([-0.2 0.2])

**Appendix**

The following helper functions are used in this example.

**helperPlotWaveletFT** — Plot in the frequency domain

function helperPlotWaveletFT(wavelet,cenFreq) Nx = size(wavelet,2); Ny = size(wavelet,1); fx = -1/2:1/Nx:1/2-1/Nx; fy = -1/2:1/Ny:1/2-1/Ny; imagesc(fx,fy,fftshift(wavelet)) colorbar axis xy hold on xlabel('$\omega_x$','Interpreter',"latex") ylabel('$\omega_y$','Interpreter',"latex") axis equal axis tight plot(cenFreq(1),cenFreq(2),'k^','markerfacecolor',[0 0 0]) title('Wavelet Filter in Frequency Domain') end

**helperPlotWavelet** — Plot in the spatial domain

function helperPlotWavelet(wavelet) Nx = size(wavelet,2); Ny = size(wavelet,1); fx = -1/2:1/Nx:1/2-1/Nx; fy = -1/2:1/Ny:1/2-1/Ny; imagesc(fx,fy,abs(fftshift(wavelet))) colorbar axis xy hold on xlabel('x') ylabel('y') axis equal axis tight title('Wavelet Filter in Spatial Domain') end

## Input Arguments

`sf`

— Wavelet image scattering network

`waveletScattering2`

object

Wavelet image scattering network, specified as a `waveletScattering2`

object.

`fb`

— Filter banks

positive integer | vector of positive integers

Filter banks, specified as an integer or vector of integers between 1 and
`numfilterbanks(sf)`

inclusive. If `fb`

is a
scalar, `psifilters`

is an
*M*-by-*N*-by-*L* matrix and
`filterparams`

is a MATLAB table.

## Output Arguments

`phif`

— Fourier transform of scaling filter

real-valued matrix

Fourier transform of scaling filter, returned as a real-valued 2-D matrix. The
precision of `phif`

depends on the value of the
`Precision`

property of the scattering network.
`phif`

has dimensions *M*-by-*N*,
where *M* and *N* are the padded row and column sizes
of the scattering network.

`psifilters`

— Fourier transforms of the wavelet filters

cell array

Fourier transforms of the wavelet filters, returned as an
*Nfb*-by-1 cell array, where *Nfb* is the number of
filter banks in the scattering network. Each element of `psifilters`

is a 3-D array. The 3-D arrays are
*M*-by-*N*-by-*L*, where
*M* and *N* are the padded row and column sizes of
the wavelet filters and *L* is the number of wavelet filters for each
filter bank. The wavelet filters are ordered by increasing scale with
`NumRotations`

wavelet filters for each scale.

**Example: **Note that `size(psifilters,3)`

is equal to
`size(`

.`f`

,1)

`f`

— Center spatial frequencies

cell array

Center spatial frequencies of the wavelet filters, returned as a
*Nfb*-by-1 cell array where *Nfb* is the number of
filter banks in the scattering network. The *j*th element of
`f`

contains the center frequencies for the *j*th
wavelet filter bank in `psifilters`

. Each element of
`f`

is an *L*-by-2 matrix with each row containing
the center frequencies of the corresponding *L*th wavelet. The spatial
frequencies are in cycles per pixel.

`filterparams`

— Filter parameters

cell array

Filter parameters for the 2-D scattering network, `sf`

.
`filterparams`

is an *Nfb*-by-1 cell array of
MATLAB tables, where the *j*th element of
`filterparams`

is a MATLAB table containing the filter parameters for the *j*th
filter bank. Each table contains these variables:

`Q`

— The quality factor of the filter bank, returned as an integer.`J`

— The highest factor used in the dilation of the Morlet wavelets, 2

, returned as an integer.^{J/Q}`precision`

— The precision of the scattering network, returned as`'single'`

or`'double'`

.`omegapsi`

— The wavelet center frequencies in descending order (highest to lowest), returned as a vector.`freqsigmapsi`

— The wavelet frequency standard deviations, returned as a vector.`slant`

— The slant parameter for the spatial vertical semi-major axis of the wavelet, returned as a real number. The slant parameter, also known as the spatial aspect ratio, characterizes the shape of the support of the wavelet.`spatialsigmapsi`

— The wavelet spatial standard deviations, returned as a vector.`spatialsigmaphi`

— The scaling filter spatial standard deviation, returned as a real number.`psi3dBbw`

— The wavelet 3 dB bandwidths, returned as a vector.`psiftsupport`

— The wavelet frequency support, returned as a vector.`phiftsupport`

— The scaling filter frequency support, returned as a real number.`phi3dBbw`

— The scaling filter 3 dB bandwidth, returned as a real number.`rotations`

— The wavelet orientation angles in radians, returned as a vector. The length of`rotations`

equals the`NumRotations`

value associated with the filter bank.

The following vectors in the table have equal length:
`omegapsi`

, `freqsigmapsi`

,
`spatialsigmapsi`

, `psi3dBbw`

, and
`psiftsupport`

.

The total number of wavelet filters in a filter bank is
`length(omegapsi)×length(rotations)`

. See Determine Wavelet Semi-Major Axis.

## More About

### Slant Parameter

The *slant parameter* or *spatial aspect
ratio* controls the shape of the elliptical support of the Morlet
wavelet.

The Morlet wavelet is of the form

$$\psi (x,y)={e}^{-({x}^{2}+{\nu}^{2}{y}^{2})/2{\sigma}^{2}}{e}^{i{\omega}_{\lambda}x}$$

where *v* is the *slant
parameter*. Typically, *v* < 1, so that the ellipse $$\begin{array}{l}\frac{{x}^{2}}{{\sigma}^{2}}+\frac{{y}^{2}}{{\sigma}^{2}/{\nu}^{2}}\\ \end{array}$$ is elongated spatially in the *y*-direction. The wavelet
is rotated in a clockwise direction: $$\left(\begin{array}{c}x\prime \\ y\prime \end{array}\right)=\left(\begin{array}{cc}\mathrm{cos}\theta & \mathrm{sin}\theta \\ -\mathrm{sin}\theta & \mathrm{cos}\theta \end{array}\right)\left(\begin{array}{c}x\\ y\end{array}\right)$$.

The rotated Morlet wavelet is of the form

$$\psi ({x}^{\prime},y\text{'})={e}^{-({{x}^{\prime}}^{2}+{\nu}^{2}{{y}^{\prime}}^{2})/2{\sigma}^{2}}{e}^{i{\omega}_{\lambda}{x}^{\prime}}$$

If g(*x*,*y*) and G(*ω*_{x},*ω*_{y}) form a Fourier pair: $$g(x,y)\stackrel{FT}{\leftrightarrow}G({\omega}_{x},{\omega}_{y})$$, then so do their rotations:

$$g(x\mathrm{cos}\theta +y\mathrm{sin}\theta ,-x\mathrm{sin}\theta +y\mathrm{cos}\theta )\stackrel{FT}{\leftrightarrow}G({\omega}_{x}\mathrm{cos}\theta +{\omega}_{y}\mathrm{sin}\theta ,-{\omega}_{x}\mathrm{sin}\theta +{\omega}_{y}\mathrm{cos}\theta )$$

The Fourier transform of the Morlet wavelet is

$$\widehat{\psi}({\omega}_{x},{\omega}_{y})=\frac{2\pi {\sigma}^{2}}{\nu}{e}^{-\frac{{\sigma}^{2}}{\nu}\left({({\omega}_{x}-{\omega}_{\lambda})}^{2}+\frac{{\omega}_{y}}{{\nu}^{2}}\right)}$$

A given wavelet *ψ*(*x*,*y*) has a reported bandwidth *bw*. The reported bandwidth is
dependent on the scale, but not the rotation angle. For a reported 3 dB bandwidth
*bw*, the bandwidth along the semi-major spatial axis of the ellipse that
describes the wavelet support is *bw* × `slant`

.

The semi-major spatial axis depends on the rotation angle. The semi-major spatial axis
can be computed from the vector `rotations`

in the output argument
`filterparams`

.

As ordered in the output arguments `f`

and
`psifilters`

, the wavelet filter ```
psifilters(:,:,1 +
```

for an integer *k* × NumRotations)*k* is
the first, unrotated wavelet at a given scale. The wavelet has a center spatial frequency of
`f(1 + `

, which is of the form
*k* × NumRotations,:)`(`

.
See Determine Wavelet Semi-Major Axis.*ω*_{x},0)

## Version History

**Introduced in R2019a**

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