Hi all, I have a question about Daubechies Wavelets. I've recently been trying to teach them to myself from the pdf here: http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...xfjlCg&usg=AFQjCNF4Dd-42mv46JszPuQPM8Gui7TFyA (sorry about the link...requires citeseer access...I tried to upload the pdf but it's too big by 0.5 MB) I understand Daubechies wavelets are pretty much wavelets obeying certain normalization and orthogonality conditions, and most distinctly, a vanishing moments condition. I've read through that pdf and understand there's a process for getting the transfer functions for the transformed scaling functions. What I don't understand is, how do you use this to go back to the original untransformed scaling functions? I know they can't be written explicitly, but what's the process (in other words, how do I get psi and phi for a given j, k pair)? If anyone can explain it to me or point me to a good resource, I'd be really grateful.