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David Newland, Cambridge University.

PostPosted: Fri Nov 29, 2002 3:35 pm    
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New textbook includes wavelets


A substantially expanded edition of the engineering textbook Random
Vibrations and Spectral Analysis by D E Newland is published this fall by
Wiley in the USA and by Longman elsewhere. The new book is called


and includes a detailed introduction to wavelet theory and its applications
in signal analysis. There are full explanations of the logic of discrete
wavelet transforms, with a toolbox of 10 Matlab* programs for calculating
and displaying the results of wavelet transforms. Also the book describes
orthogonal harmonic wavelets which have a simple analytical structure, a
fast algorithm, and many of the advantages of dilation wavelets for signal

The book contains all the material on random vibrations and spectral
analysis that was in earlier editions, and is believed to be the first
engineering book that deals comprehensively with signal analysis by
wavelets. It is intended for use as a self-contained text by senior
undergraduates in engineering and the applied sciences and by graduate
students concerned with vibration and signal analysis. It is also a source
of reference for engineers in industry who want to learn about and use
spectral and wavelet analysis techniques.

Random Vibrations, Spectral and Wavelet Analysis
3rd edition
D E Newland
John Wiley, New York ISBN 0-470-22153-4 (USA only)
Longman, UK ISBN 0-582-21584-6 (elsewhere)
Publication: fall 1993

*Matlab is a registered trademark of The MathWorks, Inc.
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