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Meeting: Workshop course on wavelets filter banks and applications
 
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Gil Strang (gs@math.mit.edu)
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Meeting: Workshop course on wavelets filter banks and applications

WORKSHOP COURSE ON WAVELETS FILTER BANKS AND APPLICATIONS

at San Jose State University January 13-16, 1995

This is the first announcement of a short course on filter banks,
multirate signal processing, and wavelets. By sending an email
message to Gilbert Strang at MIT (( gs@math.mit.edu ))
you will receive the second announcement directly. The 4-day course
will be given over the holiday weekend in January, to reduce air
fares and allow for sightseeing in Northern California.

The workshop course will be taught by Gilbert Strang ( MIT ) and
Truong Nguyen ( University of Wisconsin ). The notes will include
the forthcoming textbook " Wavelets, Filter Banks, and Applications "
in preliminary form - publication date is June 1995. The topics will be


Digital Filters: Analysis and Design
Matrix Analysis: Toeplitz Matrices and MATLAB Implementation
Multirate Signal Processing: Filtering, Decimation, Polyphase
Wavelet Transform: Pyramid and Cascade Algorithms
Daubechies Wavelets, Orthogonal and Biorthogonal Wavelets
Audio and Image Compression, Quantization Effects
Transient Detection and Radar Processing
Non-Destructive Evaluation, Digital Communication
Perfect Reconstruction: Cosine-Modulated Filter Banks
Spectral Factorization and Transmultiplexers


This workshop course will NOT assume an extended background in
filter banks and wavelets. It is developed from an MIT graduate course
emphasizing applications of the theory. Participants are invited to
suggest problems and possible applications for discussion.

An email message to gs@math.mit.edu mentioning "Workshop" will
bring further information.
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