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Mailing: Radonwlet, a new mailinglist for wavelet & tomography
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Author Message (Stephen R. van den Berg)

PostPosted: Mon Dec 02, 2002 1:21 pm    
Subject: Mailing: Radonwlet, a new mailinglist for wavelet & tomography
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Mailing: Radonwlet, a new mailinglist for wavelet & tomography

Due to popular demand, a new mailinglist has been erected. The mailinglist
is called radonwlet. If you're interested in joining it, send a mail:

Subject: subscribe

In order to give you a rough idea what this mailinglist is all about, I'll
include the draft charter I put together for this list below:

This is the charter of the radonwlet mailinglist.

Most people subscribed to this mailinglist work on tomographic
reconstructions. The main purpose of this mailinglist is to be a meeting
place in its broadest sense for people utilising wavelets to aid
tomographic reconstruction.

You are invited to announce (perhaps a preprint) of your latest paper on
this list. In principle we expect to see papers that cover both topics
(tomography and wavelets) to be announced/discussed on this list.
This doesn't mean that any interesting related topics can not be covered
as well. Since this list is unmoderated, we rely on your judgement to
decide what is relevant to this audience and what is not.

The preferred format for these announcements of new papers would be in
standard BIBTeX format (most convenient to keep existing literature
lists up to date).

For most people it would very convenient to be able to obtain a preprint
(in TeX or PostScript form) of your paper per ftp or http/www/mosaic.
If you don't have the facilities to make it available, ask on the list,
most likely someone can provide a (at least temporary, if not permanent)
place to put your paper up for retrieval.

Since most researchers on this list have enough on their hands as it is,
it is probably not wise to conduct lengthy discussions on this list.
This doesn't mean that people can't raise questions on the list, it's just
that in most cases it is better to follow up the questions per direct
email. The original poster can post a summary to the list if so desired
after the discussion has been concluded. Of course, rules are there to
be broken, feel free to break this one if you think it's warranted.

You can find out the e-mail addresses of people on this list by
sending a mail to the archive server:

Subject: archive get addresses

You can obtain the literature list I try to keep up to date with the
latest papers by sending a mail to the archive server:

Subject: archive get literature

If you find any errors or have to offer literature references which are
not in this list as yet, send a mail to the list with the changes/missing
entries and I'll try to make sure to get them in.

The archive server can be used to retrieve backissues of submissions
on this list, try sending mail:

Subject: archive help

to get started.

In case it wasn't clear already, regular submissions (questions, replies,
announcements) go to
(Un)subscribe requests, archive server requests, administrivia, etc. go to

Stephen R. van den Berg (AKA BuGless).

Note from the editor:
This references list is also available with anonymous ftp to, file /pub/wavelet/referecences/radonwlet.bib and
through the Wavelet Digest WWW server (cf. supra).
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