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Call for papers, 93 spring agu meeting.


CALL FOR PAPERS

1993 SPRING AGU MEETING

May 24 - 28, Baltimore, Maryland

SPECIAL UNION SESSION


"Applications of Wavelet Transforms in Geophysics"


Wavelet transforms arose in the analysis of seismic signals. They have
since been formalized into a rigorous mathematical framework during the last
decade and have found numerous applications in diverse areas such as harmonic
analysis, numerical analysis, signal and image processing, non-linear dynamics,
turbulence, stochastic processes, study of fractals and multifractals, and
analysis of rainfall, ocean waves and topography. Properties of wavelets that
make such a wide range of applications possible are time-frequency localization,
orthogonality, multirate filtering, and scale-space analysis, to name a few.
It is expected that, owing to these unique properties, wavelet transforms will
play a key role in the future in understanding and modeling complex physical
phenomena.


The purpose of this special session is to bring together scientists using
wavelet transforms for the understanding, analysis, and description of
geophysical processes. A tutorial paper providing an introduction to wavelet
transforms will be arranged at the beginning of the session. If you would like
to contribute a paper, please send an abstract by February 20 to

Efi Foufoula-Georgiou or Praveen Kumar,
St. Anthony Falls Hydraulic Laboratory,
Mississippi River and 3rd Ave. S.E.,
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 55414
(612/627-4580; praveen@mykonos.safhl.umn.edu).

In addition, the original abstract and two copies must be submitted by March 4
directly to AGU meetings (2000 Florida Ave., N.W. Washington, DC 20009).
Non-AGU members please contact the organizers for information about abstract
format and sponsorship. This session is sponsored by the precipitation
committee of the AGU Hydrology section.
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