MORSEFREQ Frequency measures for generalized Morse wavelets. [with F. Rekibi] [FM,FE,FI]=MORSEFREQ(GAMMA,BETA) calculates three different measures of the frequency of the lowest-order generalized Morse wavelet specified by parameters GAMMA and BETA. FM is the modal or peak, FE is the "energy" frequency, and FI is the instantaneous frequency at the wavelet center. [FM,FE,FI,CF]=MORSEFREQ(GAMMA,BETA) also computes the curvature CF of the instantaneous frequency at the wavelet center. Note that all frequency quantities here are *radian* as in cos(omega t) and not cyclic as in cos(2 pi f t). The input parameters must either be matrices of the same size, or some may be matrices and the others scalars. For BETA=0, the "wavelet" becomes an analytic lowpass filter, and FM is not defined in the usual way. Instead, FM is defined as the point at which the filter has decayed to one-half of its peak power. For details see Lilly and Olhede (2009). Higher-order properties of analytic wavelets. IEEE Trans. Sig. Proc., 57 (1), 146--160. See also MORSEBOX, MORSEPROPS, MORSEWAVE. Usage: fm = morsefreq(ga,be); [fm,fe,fi] = morsefreq(ga,be); [fm,fe,fi,cf] = morsefreq(ga,be); _________________________________________________________________ This is part of JLAB --- type 'help jlab' for more information (C) 2004--2016 J. M. Lilly and F. Rekibi --- type 'help jlab_license' for details