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Meeting: Wavelets at the Orlando AMS Meeting
 
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Meeting: Wavelets at the Orlando AMS Meeting

Friday, March 17, 1995, 9:30 a.m.--10:50 a.m.
Special Session on Sampling Theory, Wavelets and Signal Processing, I
Organizer: Ahmed I. Zayed, University of Central Florida

9:30-9:50: Colella, D.
Wavelet-based processing of $EEG$ waveforms.-Preliminary report.
David Colella, The MITRE Corporation

10:00-10:20: Aldroubi, A.
Oblique projections in unitary-invariant spaces, biorthogonal
multi-wavelets, and sampling.
Akram Aldroubi, National Institute of Health

10:30-10:50: Heil, C.
Perturbing frames, Banach frames, and atomic decompositions.
Christopher Heil*, Georgia Institute of Technology, and
Ole Christensen, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

Friday, March 17, 1995, 2:30 p.m.--5:50 p.m.
Special Session on Sampling Theory, Wavelets and Signal Processing, II
Organizer: Ahmed I. Zayed, University of Central Florida

2:30-2:50: Harrison, M. L.
Localization and computational efficiency in frame irregular sampling.
Preliminary report.
John J. Benedetto,
Melissa L. Harrison*, University of Maryland, College Park, and
William H. Heller, University of Texas-Pan American

3:00-3:20: Nashed, M. Z.
Sampling expansions and moment discretization problems.
M. Z. Nashed, University of Delaware

3:30-3:50: Walter, G. G.
Multiwavelets orthogonal in a Sobolev sense.
Gilbert G. Walter, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

4:00-4:20: Zayed, A. I.
Sampling in a Hilbert space.
Ahmed I. Zayed, University of Central Florida

4:30-4:50: Mugler, D. H.
Computational aspects of an $SVD$-based method for linear prediction of a
band-limited signal from past samples.
Dale H. Mugler, University of Akron

5:00-5:20: Kon, M. A.
Determining functions from zeroes of their wavelet transforms.
Mark Andrew Kon, Boston University

5:30-5:50: Heller, W. H.
A method for computing nonharmonic Fourier series.-Preliminary report.
William H. Heller, University of Texas-Pan American

Saturday, March 18, 1995, 2:30 p.m.--5:50 p.m.
Special Session on Sampling Theory, Wavelets and Signal Processing, III
Organizer: Ahmed I. Zayed, University of Central Florida

2:30-2:50-253-Hudgins, L. H.
A real-time denoising filter based on the wavelet maxima representation.
Preliminary report.
Lonnie H. Hudgins, Northrop Electronics Systems Division, California

3:00-3:20-254-Jerri, A. J.
The Gibbs phenomenon--An update and recent results.
Abdul J. Jerri, Clarkson University

3:30-3:50-255-Faridani, A.
Periodic sampling and computed tomography.
Adel Faridani, Oregon State University

4:00-4:20-256-Walnut, D. F.
New sampling results and applications.
David F. Walnut, George Mason University

4:30-4:50-257-Casey, S. D.
An algorithm for isolating periodicities from a sparse set of noisy measurements.
Stephen D. Casey, American University

5:00-5:20-258-McCoy, P. A.
Applications of signal processing methods to boundary-initial value problems.
Preliminary report.
P. A. McCoy, United States Naval Academy and United States Naval
Research Laboratory

5:30-5:50-259-Raphael, L. A.
Convergence rates of wavelet expansions.
Mark Andrew Kon, Boston University, and
Louise A. Raphael*, Howard University


Friday, March 17, 1995, 2:30 p.m.--4:50 p.m.
Special Session on Wavelets for PDEs and Integral Equations, I
Organizer: Wim Sweldens, University of South Carolina

2:30-2:50: Auscher, P.
On adapted wavelet bases for some differential operators.
Pascal Auscher, Brown University

3:00-3:20: Hardin, D.
Multiwavelets and diagonalizing bilinear forms.
Doug Hardin, Vanderbilt University

3:30-3:50: Bray, W. O.
Approximate identities and Calderon type reproducing formulas on the
circle group.-Preliminary report.
William O. Bray, University of Maine, Orono

4:00-4:20: Dahlke, S.
A posteriori error estimates for wavelet Galerkin methods.
Stephan Dahlke, University of South Carolina

4:30-4:50: Bihari, B. L.
Multiresolution schemes for the numerical solution of conservation laws.
Barna L. Bihari, Rockwell Science Center, Thousand Oaks, California


Saturday, March 18, 1995, 8:30 a.m.--10:50 a.m.
Special Session on Wavelets for PDEs and Integral Equations, II
Organizer: Wim Sweldens, University of South Carolina

8:30-8:50: Weiss, J.
Wavelets, turbulence and boundary value problems for partial
differential equations.
John Weiss, Aware, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts

9:00-9:20: Williams, J. R.
An element free boundary point method based on wavelet radial basis functions.
Preliminary report.
John R. Williams* and
Kevin Amaratunga, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

9:30-9:50: Bond, D. M.
Fast wavelet transforms for matrices arising from boundary element methods.
Dave M. Bond*,
Stephen A. Vavasis, Cornell University, Ithaca, and
Palghat S. Ramesh, Xerox Corporation

10:00-10:20: Schröder, P.
Wavelet algorithms for illumination computations.
Peter Schröder, University of South Carolina, Columbia

10:30-10:50: Jiang, A.
Fast wavelet methods for time dependent problems.
Stanley Osher and
A. Jiang*, University of California, Los Angeles
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