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Short course: Wavelets for Engineering Applications.
 
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Marilyn Grossman, Texas A&M University
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 29, 2002 3:37 pm    
Subject: Short course: Wavelets for Engineering Applications.
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Short course: Wavelets for Engineering Applications.

"Wavelets for Engineering Applications," January 12-15, Texas A&M
University System in College Station, Texas.

Applications-oriented short course featuring Charles K. Chui, author
of the popular book, "An Introduction to Wavelets," and two other
experts of the wavelets research team at Texas A&M University, A.K. Chan
(electrical engineer) and P.K. Yuen (computer scientist). Designed to
build on your basic understanding of wavelet theory, this course will
take you through the concept of time-frequency analysis, the
significance of the integral wavelet transform, and real-time
preprocessing of a continuous signal using cardinal splines. You will
learn how to construct wavelets, how to use decomposition and
reconstruction algorithms, and how to use wavelet packets for frequency
domain fine-tuning in our hands-on laboratory sessions.

409/862-4615 or email: drgrossm@teex.tamu.edu
All times are GMT + 1 Hour
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