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Pattern analysis of continuous analytic wavelet transforms of the COVID19 spreading and death

Data Mining and Reliability Consultant, LLLW LLC Inc., Lansing, MI, USA

This paper is to use the wavelet transform method with Morse wavelet to analyze the daily confirmed cases and deaths of COVID19 in China, U.S.A, Spain, Italy, France, Germany, U.K., South Korea, Michigan and New York City. Wavelet transform is frequently used for time series data to extract the frequency localization information in last two decades. The wavelet transform with Morse wavelet is applied to the daily infected cases and deaths of COVID19 at different countries/places. There are multiple scales (frequencies) of COVID19 spreading with different magnitude at the specific time which can be identified in Wavelet magnitude scalogram plots. For example, in China, the highest magnitude (2000 to 2500) spreading happened on 2/12/2020 with scale around 329 to 434, but in U.S.A the highest magnitude (4000 to 4500) spreading happened during 4/25/2020 and 4/28/2020 with scale 137 to 183. The summary of the wavelet magnitude and scale at specific period for different countries/places is presented in this paper.
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Keywords COVID19; wavelet transform; morse wavelet; scales (frequencies); magnitude; localization; spreading; death

Citation: Yanshuo Wang. Pattern analysis of continuous analytic wavelet transforms of the COVID19 spreading and death. Big Data and Information Analytics, 2020, 5(1): 29-46. doi: 10.3934/bdia.2020003

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