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fraaije@chem.rug.nl (Hans Fraaije)
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 02, 2002 12:45 pm    
Subject: Question: Wavelets and non-linear integral transforms
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Question: Wavelets and non-linear integral transforms

Dear waveletters,

I am studying wavelets as a tool for possible rapid inversion
of certain 'local density functionals'. These are non-linear integral
transforms with applications in the description
of molecular aggregates in chemistry; related functionals are used in
quantum chemistry.

I would appreciate any suggestions for literature - is there already a study
of wavelets in the realm of non-linear integral transforms?

Hans Fraaije
fraaije@chem.rug.nl
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