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Meeting: Wavelet-related session at the AAAS annual meeting
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Author Message (Chris Heil)

PostPosted: Mon Dec 02, 2002 1:38 pm    
Subject: Meeting: Wavelet-related session at the AAAS annual meeting
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Meeting: Wavelet-related session at the AAAS annual meeting


The annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of
Science will be held February 16-21, 1995 in the Marriott Marquis and Hyatt
Regency in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. There will be a number of talks on
mathematics and applications. The following session may be of special
interest to Wavelet Digest subscribers:

Title: Mathematical Successes in Image Processing

Organizers: Chris Heil and Mary Beth Ruskai

Speakers: 1. Michael F. Barnsley, Iterated Systems, Inc.
The Transition of Fractal Image Compression from University
Mathematics to Corporate Success in Eight Years.

2. Christopher M. Brislawn, Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Fingerprints Go Digital, and Other Wavelet Success Stories.

3. Dennis M. Healy Jr., Dartmouth College.
Applications of Wavelet Transforms in Magnetic Resonance

4. Lenny Rudin, Cognitech, Inc.
PDE's, Crime and Video Tapes (Applications of Nonlinear
Numerical Analysis to Investigative and Trial Image/Video

For more information on the AAAS meeting, see the October 21, 1994 issue
of Science, or contact: AAAS Membership/Meetings Department, 1333 H St NW,
Washington, DC 20005; Phone: (202) 326-6450; Fax: (202) 289-4021.

The November/December issue of the AMS Notices contains a summary of
the mathematically related talks at the AAAS meeting; see p. 1193.
Please note that the dates for the AAAS meeting are INCORRECTLY listed
there as February 8-13; the true dates are February 16-21.

For more information on this particular session, contact me at the address
below, or see the session synopsis and speaker abstracts available by
anonymous ftp at the address

in the directory


under the filenames "aaas.tex.Z" (AmSTeX) or "" (Postscript).
I'll be happy to email these files upon request.

Chris Heil
School of Mathematics, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA 30332-0160
Office: (404) 853-9231; Fax: (404) 853-9112
All times are GMT + 1 Hour
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