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Software: WavBox 4.0 Demo
 
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Carl Taswell (taswell@sccm.Stanford.EDU)
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Subject: Software: WavBox 4.0 Demo
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Software: WavBox 4.0 Demo

Title: WavBox 4.0 Demo
Author: Carl Taswell, Stanford University
Place: Meyer Sound Laboratories, Berkeley, California

WavBox 4.0 (Wavelet Toolbox for MATLAB) Copyright (c) 1994 Carl Taswell
will be demonstrated at a seminar to be held at Meyer Sound Laboratories
in Berkeley, CA on Thursday May 12. High-resolution (megapixel) color
video output will be projected on a large screen for clear viewing by the
audience. However, seating is limited so please register your attendance
in advance with the author at email address taswell@sccm.stanford.edu
and you will be notified of further details. Many thanks to Jim Isom of
Meyer Sound Laboratories for hosting this event.

WavBox 4.0 contains the transforms, decompositions, features, and interfaces
described in previous newsletter postings. In addition, it contains new
algorithms recently developed by the author. WavBox 4.0 will be available
for release after its presentation at the seminar. If you have already
downloaded previous public domain versions of WavBox from the ftp site and
have registered your use of the software with the author, then you should
have received this notice directly via the WavBox mail list and you will
continue to receive updated information about availability of the software.
If not, then you must provide a correct email address (in internet address
format) to receive further information about WavBox 4.0.
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