# Generating Daubechies wavelet function (psi) and wavelet scaling (phi) using Matlab

Matlab provides a function to generate wavelet function values and wavelet scaling values via build-in function called wavefun. (type help wavefun at Matlab command windows for information regarding wavefun function).

However, apart from Matlab build-in function,I’ve found out another way to produce psi and phi function during investigation of Wavelet application to mechanical vibration signal. The script invented make use of a function called daub.m which is taken from Uvi Wave v3 (a free wavelet toolbox for Matlab). Uvi Wave v3 can be downloaded from http://cas.ensmp.fr/~chaplais/UviWave/Uvi_Wave_300.zip, or only the file daub.m can be downloaded from here. After extracting the zip file, daub.m can be copied from Uvi_Wave_300 folder at /Uvi_Wave_300/wfilter/. Copy the daub.m to a folder which has been included in Matlab search path, or include the entire Uvi_wave_300 folder in Matlab search path.

Here are the codes for producing db(x) wavelet function (psi).

```clc; clear all; close all; % db_type = 4; % db(x), x = 2,4,6,8, ... [hh,gg,rh,rg] = daub(db_type); % from Uvi Wave 300 h = rh .* 1.414; g = rg .* 1.414; % psi=1; psi=conv(psi,g); n=10; %number of iteration psi=upsample(psi,2); % for i=1:n psi=conv(psi,h); if i<n psi=upsample(psi,2); end end % x=linspace (0,3,length(psi)); % plot(x,psi) judul= ['db',num2str(db_type),' psi (wavelet) function']; title(judul);```

And here are the codes for calculating db(x) scaling function (phi),

```clc; clear all; close all; % db_type = 4; % db(x), x = 2,4,6,8, ... [h,g,rh,rg] = daub(db_type); % from Uvi Wave 300 h = rh .* 1.414; % phi=1; %initial pulse] phi=conv(phi,h); n=10; %number of iteration phi=upsample(phi,2); % for i = 1:n phi = conv(h,phi) ; if i<n % last convolved need not go for upsampling phi = upsample(phi,2); end end % x = linspace(0,3,length(phi)); % plot(x,phi,'r-') judul = ['db',num2str(db_type),' phi (scaling) function']; title(judul);```

Below are the plots produced using wavelet psi and phi scripts presented above. • Soman, K.P. & Ramachandran, K.I., (2004), Insights into Wavelets: From Theory to Practice, p.123, Prentice-Hall India Pvt Ltd.
• http://webdev.apl.jhu.edu/~beser/525759/uvi_wave-3.0.doc.pdf