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    Default Re: Cross Correlation analysis with two series of wavelets

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    Works perfectly! Thank you, you've no idea how much time I've spent trying to figure this out.
    You're welcome.

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    What do you mean by time dilation? Do you mean the amount of time change between the two waves as if one was stretched? If so how would I go about this?
    Assuming that the signals start out with zero offset, and then one becomes progressively delayed (like Doppler shift from a receding object), you would need to resample the slower one (W2'(t) = W2(kt), k > 1) by different amounts and see where the correlation peaks. If there is no underlying phenomonology to suggest that this should happen, it would probably be a waste of time. Either way, I'll leave it to you.

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    Default Re: Cross Correlation analysis with two series of wavelets

    Ahhh I get you, We start out with a zero offset from the source of the wave, but there are two receivers detecting that wave which are slightly offset. It's this difference that we use to calculate the velocity of the wave.

    Thanks again for your help you've saved me a lot of bother

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