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Meeting: Spline Functions and the theory of Wavelets
 
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Meeting: Spline Functions and the theory of Wavelets


The "Centre de Recherche Mathematique" (CRM) Theme Year 1995-1996
APPLIED and NUMERICAL ANALYSIS

"Spline Functions and the theory of Wavelets"
Montreal, January to April 1996

( first announcement )

The Centre de Recherche Mathematiques is hosting a year-long program
in applied and numerical analysis in 1995-1996. From january 1996 to
april 1996, courses and seminars will be devoted to the splines and
wavelets. It will bring together different experts of the theoretical
and applied aspects of the field. This period will include a variety
of activities (courses, special days, informal seminars, etc.) and in
particular a workshop which will be open to the whole community. We
are also considering organizing a forum bringing together an eclectic
group of researchers in medicine, engineering and industry who are
interested in problems where wavelets are applicable.A specific theme
is assigned to each week as follows:

- Jan 22 - Jan 26: Geometric Modelling with Splines
- Jan 29 - Feb 2: Splines in approximation and for PDE
- Feb 12 - Feb 16: Splines and wavelets
- Feb 19 - Feb 23: Wavelets and approximation
- Feb 26 - Mar 1: Multiresolution analysis and subdivision operators
- Mar 4 - Mar 8: Wavelets and differential equations
- Mar 11 - Mar 15: Wavelets for signal processing and image analysis
- Mar 18 - Mar 22: Wavelets and fractals
- Mar 25 - Mar 29: Wavelets in physics
- Apr 9 - Apr 12: Splines and wavelets in statistics


Organizers: M. Bilodeau (U. of Montreal, Montreal)
G. Deslauriers (Polytechnique, Montreal)
S. Dubuc (CRM and U. of Montreal, Montreal)
V. Hussin (CRM and Univ. of Montreal, Montreal)
J.M. Lina (ANSL and U. of Montreal, Montreal)
B. MacGibbon (UQUAM, Montreal)

The list of invited lecturers includes:
A. Antoniadis, A. Arneodo, B. Barsky, J.J. Benedetto, C. Chui, A. Cohen,
W. Dahmen, I. Daubechies, R.A. DeVore, N. Dyn, J. Geronimo, T. Goodmann,
A. Grossmann, H.P. Hardin, N. Heckmann, P. Holmes, M. Holschneider,
S. Jaffard, K. Jetter, J. Klauder, S. Mallat, A. Le Mehaute, Y. Meyer,
C. Miccheli, R. Murenzi, T. Paul, D. Picard, S.D. Riemenschneider,
P. Sablonniere, G. Strang, P. Tchamitchian, J. Villasenor, G. Walter


Those wishing to participate in the above activities are invited to write
to
Louis Pelletier,
CRM, University of Montreal,
C.P. 6128, Suc. Centre-Ville
Montreal, (Qu.) H3C 3J7
CANADA

or e-mail to pelletl@crm.umontreal.ca
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