|Charles Chui, Texas A&M University.
|Posted: Fri Nov 29, 2002 3:36 pm
Subject: ACHA: A new wavelet journal, first issue.
|ACHA: A new wavelet journal, first issue.
ANNOUNCEMENT: A new wavelet journal.
APPLIED AND COMPUTATIONAL HARMONIC ANALYSIS
Time-Frequency and Time-Scale Analysis, Wavelets,
Numerical Algorithms, and Applications (ACHA)
The first issue will appear in Nov. - Dec. 1993. This interdisciplinary
journal is published by Academic Press, Inc. with Charles K. Chui,
Ronald Coifman, and Ingrid Daubechies as editors-in-chief. The other
editors of this journal are: David Donoho, Alexander Grossmann,
Wolfgang Hackbusch, Stephane G. Mallat, Yves F. Meyer, Vladimir
Rokhlin, Alan S. Willsky, Alain Arneodo, Pascal Auscher, Guy Battle,
Gregory Beylkin, Albert Cohen, Wolfgang Dahmen, Marie Farge,
Patrick Flandrin, Leslie F. Greengard, Moshe Israeli, Stephane Jaffard,
Bjorn Jawerth, Iain M. Johnstone, Pierre Gills Lemarie-Rieusset,
W.R. Madych, Charles A. Micchelli, Xianliang Shi, Ph. Tachmichian,
Bruno Torresani, P. P. Vaidyanathan, Martin Vetterli,
Jianzhong Wang, Guido L. Weiss, and M. Victor Wickerhauser.
In the U.S.A. and Canada: $184 $74
All other countries: $221 $93
ADDRESS: Academic Press, Inc. 1250 Sixth Ave, San Diego, CA 92101, U.S.A.
ACHA is an interdisciplinary journal. It publishes high-quality
papers in all areas related to the applied and computational aspects
of harmonic analysis in a broad sense: theoretical mathematical
developments which are relevant to applications, physics papers which
provide some type of the "new" harmonic analysis tools, electrical
engineering ideas, applied mathematics applications: all are welcome,
and the list is far from exhaustive.
Authors should bear in mind the interdisciplinary nature of the journal
while staying true to their own field and background. In order to reach as
wide an audience as possible, each author is asked to provide a paragraph
(or two) describing, in more general and clear terms, the goal of the paper.
Original papers only will be considered.
Submission of manuscripts. Manuscripts should be written in clear, concise,
and grammatically correct English and should be submitted in quadruplicate (one
original and three photocopies), including four sets of original figures or
good-quality glossy prints, to:
Applied and Computational Harmonic Analysis
1250 Sixth Ave., 3rd Floor
San Diego, CA 92101
Detailed information for authors can be obtained from this same address.
TABLE OF CONTENTS of Vol. 1 No. 1:
A Wavelet Auditory Model and Data - John J. Benedetto and Anthony Teolis
Bessel Sequences and Affine Frames - Charles K. Chui and Xianliang Shi
Wavelets on the Interval and Fast Wavelet Transforms - Albert Cohen,
Ingrid Daubechies, and Pierre Vial
Unconditional Bases are Optimal Bases
for Data Compression and for Statistical Estimation - David L. Donoho
Diagonal Forms of Translation Operators for the Helmholtz Equation
in Three Dimensions - V. Rokhlin
Fast Numerical Computations of Oscillatory Integrals Related to
Acoustic Scattering I - B. Bradie, R. Coifman, and A. Grossmann
This is the first issue of the 1993-94 volume, with three issues to be
published in 1994. Starting 1995, the journal will publish 4 issues per year.
ABSTRACTS of the above papers can be obtained via ftp in the following
a) ftp wavelet1.math.tamu.edu
b) USER: achasite
c) password: abstract
d) mget acha11.abstract