$ mr_transform Usage: mr_transform options in_image out_mr_file where options = [-t type_of_multiresolution_transform] 1: linear wavelet transform: a trous algorithm 2: bspline wavelet transform: a trous algorithm 3: wavelet transform in Fourier space 4: morphological median transform 5: morphological minmax transform 6: pyramidal linear wavelet transform 7: pyramidal bspline wavelet transform 8: pyramidal wavelet transform in Fourier space: algo 1 (diff. between two resolutions) 9: pyramidal wavelet transform in Fourier space: algo 2 (diff. between the square of two resolutions) 10: pyramidal median transform 11: pyramidal laplacian 12: morphological pyramidal minmax transform 13: decomposition on scaling function 14: Mallat's wavelet transform (7/9 filters) 15: Feauveau's wavelet transform 16: Feauveau's wavelet transform without undersampling 17: G transform (morphological min-max algorithm) 18: Haar's wavelet transform default is bspline wavelet transform: a trous algorithm [-n number_of_scales] Number of scales used in the multiresolution transform default is 4. [-x] Write all scales separately as images with prefix 'scale_j' (j being the scale number) [-b] Same as x option, but interpolate by block the scales. This option is valid only if the chosen multiresolution transform is pyramidal (6,7,8,9,10,11,12). [-i] Same as b option, but interpolate by a B3 spline the scales. This option is valid only if the chosen multiresolution transform is pyramidal (6,7,8,9,10,11,12). [-c iter] Iterative transformation. Iter = number of iterations. This option is valid only if the chosen multiresolution transform is pyramidal (6,7,8,9,10,11). The reconstruction is not exact and we need few iterations. Generally, we take 3.