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Book available: Wavelets: Mathematics and Applications
 
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Book available: Wavelets: Mathematics and Applications

The book, Wavelets: Mathematics and Applications, edited
by John Benedetto and Michael Frazier and published by CRC Press,
is now available. The price is U.S.$64.95 / Outside U.S.$77.95.
The book contains 575 pages.

The book can be ordered at CRC Press by telephoning
1-800-272-7737 ( Monday-Friday, continental U.S.) or 1-407-994-0555,
or by writing:
CRC Press, Inc. 2000 Corporate Blvd., N.W. Boca Raton, Florida 33431.

The first part of the book is devoted to the fundamentals of
wavelet analysis including chapters on wavelet bases, fast computation,
the theory of frames, dilation equations, and local Fourier bases.
The second and third parts are devoted to applications of wavelets
in signal analysis and partial differential operators, respectively.
Each chapter provides an up-to-date introduction to the role of
wavelet theory in such topics as sampling theory, probability and
statistics, compression, turbulence, operator theory, numerical
analysis, nonlinear analysis, and harmonic analysis.

The specific topics are listed in the following table of contents.

[1] Construction of Orthonormal Wavelets, Robert S. Strichartz
[2] An Introduction to the Orthonormal Wavelet Transform on Discrete Sets
Michael Frazier and Arun Kumar
[3] Gabor Frames for L^2 and Related Spaces
John J. Benedetto and David F. Walnut
[4] Dilation Equations and the Smoothness of Compactly
Supported Wavelets, Christopher Heil and David Colella
[5] Remarks on the Local Fourier Bases, Pascal Auscher
[6] The Sampling Theorem, Phi-Transform and Shannon Wavelets
for R, Z, T, and Z_N, Michael Frazier and Rodolfo Torres
[7] Frame Decompositions, Sampling, and Uncertainty Principle
Inequalities, John J. Benedetto
[8] Theory and Practice of Irregular Sampling
Hans Feichtinger and Karlheinz Gr"ochenig
[9] Wavelets, Probability, and Statistics: Some Bridges, Christian Houdre
[10] Wavelets and Adapted Waveform Analysis,
Ronald R. Coifman and Victor Wickerhauser
[11] Near Optimal Compression of Orthonormal Wavelet Expansions
Bjorn Jawerth, Chia-chang Hsiao, Bradley Lucier, and Xiangming Yu
[12] On Wavelet-Based Algorithms for Solving Differential Equations
Gregory Beylkin
[13] Wavelets and Nonlinear Analysis, Stephane Jaffard
[14] Scale Decomposition in Burgers' Equation
Frederic Heurtaux, Fabrice Planchon, and Victor Wickerhauser
[15] The Cauchy Singular Integral Operator and Clifford Wavelets
Lars Andersson, Bjorn Jawerth, and Marius Mitrea
[16] The Use of Decomposition Theorems in the Study of Operators
Richard Rochberg
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