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Singularity- and Wavelet Analyses
 
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Anthony Davis, NASA/GSFC (Code 913)
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 23, 1993 8:10 pm    
Subject: Singularity- and Wavelet Analyses
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Singularity- and Wavelet Analyses

Dear wavelet experts,

I am new-comer to your field, with a background in different kinds of
scale-based data analysis and simulation techniques. Namely, I delve in
singularity ('multifractal') analysis as well as simple 2-point statistics
(in the form of 'structure functions' of all orders).

Is anybody aware of any fundamental connections between wavelet transforms
and the above scale-conditioned statistics (defined *and* performed in
physical space)?

I am thinking about general ideas, not just applications of wavelets to
given fields generated (say) by multiplicative cascades or (say) to
turbulence data which has been multifractally analyzed as well, although
these interest me too.

Please send any thoughts and/or references to:

Anthony Davis
NASA/GSFC (Code 913), Greenbelt MD 20771, USA
e-mail: davis@climate.gsfc.nasa.gov

Thank you very much.
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