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function [yl,yh,L] = mrdwt(x,h,L);
%    [yl,yh,L] = mrdwt(x,h,L);
%
%    Function computes the redundant discrete wavelet transform y
%    for a 1D  or 2D input signal. (Redundant means here that the
%    sub-sampling after each stage is omitted.) yl contains the
%    lowpass and yh the highpass components. In the case of a 2D
%    signal, the ordering in yh is
%    [lh hl hh lh hl ... ] (first letter refers to row, second to
%    column filtering).
%
%    Input:
%	     x : finite length 1D or 2D signal (implicitly periodized)
%       h : scaling filter
%       L : number of levels. In the case of a 1D
%           length(x) must be  divisible by 2^L;
%           in the case of a 2D signal, the row and the
%           column dimension must be divisible by 2^L.
%           If no argument is
%           specified, a full DWT is returned for maximal possible L.
%
%    Output:
%       yl : lowpass component
%       yh : highpass components
%       L  : number of levels
%
%  HERE'S AN EASY WAY TO RUN THE EXAMPLES:
%  Cut-and-paste the example you want to run to a new file
%  called ex.m, for example. Delete out the % at the beginning
%  of each line in ex.m (Can use search-and-replace in your editor
%  to replace it with a space). Type 'ex' in matlab and hit return.
%
%
%    Example 1::
%    x = makesig('Leopold',8);
%    h = daubcqf(4,'min');
%    L = 1;
%    [yl,yh,L] = mrdwt(x,h,L)
%    yl =  0.8365  0.4830 0 0 0 0 -0.1294 0.2241
%    yh = -0.2241 -0.1294 0 0 0 0 -0.4830 0.8365
%    L = 1
%    Example 2:
%    h = daubcqf(4,'min');
%    L = 2;
%    [ll_lev2,yh,L] = mrdwt(lena,h,L); % lena is a 256x256 matrix
%    N = 256;
%    lh_lev1 = yh(:,1:N);
%    hl_lev1 = yh(:,N+1:2*N);
%    hh_lev1 = yh(:,2*N+1:3*N);
%    lh_lev2 = yh(:,3*N+1:4*N);
%    hl_lev2 = yh(:,4*N+1:5*N);
%    hh_lev2 = yh(:,5*N+1:6*N);
%    figure; colormap(gray); imagesc(lena); title('Original Image');
%    figure; colormap(gray); imagesc(ll_lev2); title('LL Level 2');
%    figure; colormap(gray); imagesc(hh_lev2); title('HH Level 2');
%    figure; colormap(gray); imagesc(hl_lev2); title('HL Level 2');
%    figure; colormap(gray); imagesc(lh_lev2); title('LH Level 2');
%    figure; colormap(gray); imagesc(hh_lev1); title('HH Level 1');
%    figure; colormap(gray); imagesc(hl_lev2); title('HL Level 1');
%    figure; colormap(gray); imagesc(lh_lev2); title('LH Level 1');
%
%
%    Warning! min(size(x))/2^L should be greater than length(h)
%

%File Name: mrdwt.m
%Last Modification Date: 08/07/95	15:14:47
%Current Version: mrdwt.m	2.4
%File Creation Date: Wed Oct 19 10:51:58 1994
%Author: Markus Lang  <lang@jazz.rice.edu>
%
%Created by Markus Lang, Department of ECE, Rice University.
%
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%Change History:
%
%Modification #1
%Mon Aug  7 14:26:26 CDT 1995
%Rebecca Hindman <hindman@ece.rice.edu>
%Added L to function line so that it can be displayed as an output
%
%Thursday Mar 2 2000