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Established methods for transmembrane protein segment prediction are often based upon hydrophobicity analysis. Classical wavelet multiscale methods have proved successful in the prediction task. However, they implicitly model protein chain residues as being equally spaced. Our main motivation is to challenge this assumption by developing a new multiscale 'lifting' technique that utilizes irregularly spaced residues, where the spacing is derived from resolved 3D information obtained from similardoi:10.1137/050623863 fatcat:yeiicwsaljg6dek4b5lomekdfm