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Looking for contacts: Wavelets applied to remotely sensed images.
 
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Norman Eldridge, eldridge@ccrs.emr.ca
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 29, 2002 3:35 pm    
Subject: Looking for contacts: Wavelets applied to remotely sensed images.
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Looking for contacts: Wavelets applied to remotely sensed images.

Dear colleagues,

I am very interested in contacting other researchers, in and outside of
Canada, who have a 'remote sensing' point of view on the subject of
wavelet transform theory and analysis, singular behaviour, and
multifractal signals.

The list of subjects for the upcoming Wavelet Applications Conference
in Orlando, included below,

o Theory >>>>> -pattern recognition
-multiresolution <<<<< -medical images
-complexity theory <<<<< >>>>> -remote sensing
-subband coding >>>>> -radar processing
-complete orthogonal basis -source identification
-adaptive super-mother wavenet -fingerprints.
-nonlinear dynamics noise <<<<<
removal o Implementations
-wavelet transform of PDE to -holographic
ODE. -4D optics
-feedback adaptive WT
o Applications -optoelectronic devices
-data compression -wavelet chips
-data representation -neuro-wavelet chips
-texture analysis <<<<< -inspection systems
-scene segmentation <<<<< -HDTV designs
-signal processing -B-ISDN designs
-speech processing
-image processing <<<<<

as well as previous literature searches which I have carried out,
suggests that the number of researchers, worldwide, involved in
studying this field with respect to remote sensing is small. (I have
hi-lighted subjects in the list above which are of particular interest
to me).

Despite impressive recent progress in theoretical and analytical tools
based on wavelet transform theory, it is not yet clear how this
approach may benefit remote sensing from an image analysis, theory &
applications, and information extraction point of view.

I am interested in discussing and exchanging ideas with other
researchers on the subject of wavelet transforms applied to remotely
sensed data. I would appreciate it if others conducting this type of
research to contact me.

I also wish to obtain an improved idea of the present status of how
much interest in wavelet theory exists in the remote sensing community,
and the current stage of development it is at. (Communication in
french or english please).

Address:
Norman Eldridge
Canada Centre for Remote Sensing
588 Booth Street
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1A-0Y7
ph. (613) 947-3133, e-mail: eldridge@ccrs.emr.ca
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