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Book: Wavelets and Subbands: Fundamentals and Applications
 
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Seth Barnes (barnes@birkhauser.com)
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 12, 2002 10:54 am    
Subject: Book: Wavelets and Subbands: Fundamentals and Applications
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Agostino Abbate, Panametrics Inc., Waltham, MA
Pankaj K. Das, University of California, San Diego
Casimer M. DeCusatis, IBM Corporation, Poughkeepsie, NY

"Wavelets and Subbands" presents connections between the different aspects of wavelet and subband theory. Specifically, it provides an understanding of the link between the continuous wavelet transform, the fast wavelet transform, and subband decomposition. The book presents a theoretical understanding of the subject, intertwined with practical examples and applications of wavelets in ultrasonic and biomedical domains. There is special emphasis on applications in communications, compression, and image processing.

Topics and Features:

* Provides an understanding of the link between the continuous wavelet transform, the fast wavelet transform, and subband decomposition
* Algorithms and numerical examples are implemented in MATLAB
* Discusses the design of wavelet bases and details how to implement the transform both in hardware and software
* Covers the fundamentals and the developments of the links between areas such as time-frequency analysis, digital signal processing, image processing, and Fourier and wavelet transform, both continuous and discrete
* Offers extended mathematical treatment and numerous examples, with particular emphasis on the transition from the continuous domain to multi-resolution and subband decomposition

The book is an essential text and reference for graduates, researchers, and professionals in electrical engineering, communications engineering, and computer engineering. Practitioners and professionals engaged in signal processing, wavelets, and Fourier analysis will find the book a useful resource and comprehensive guide.

For a complete table of contents and ordering information, please visit:

www.springer-ny.com/detail.tpl?isbn=3D081764136X

2001/576 pp., 204 illus./Hardcover/$69.95/ISBN 0-8176-4136-X
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