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Preprint: Wavelet correlations in hierarchical branching processes
 
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'Peter Lipa'
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 02, 2002 6:07 pm    
Subject: Preprint: Wavelet correlations in hierarchical branching processes
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Preprint: Wavelet correlations in hierarchical branching processes

Title: Wavelet correlations in hierarchical branching processes
Authors: Martin Greiner, Jens Giesemann, Peter Lipa and Peter Carruthers
Comments: 31 pages, latex, 10 figures (available from authors).

Report-No: HEPHY-PUB 618/95, AZPH-TH/95-03

Abstract:
A study of correlations in tractable multiparticle cascade models in
terms of wavelets reveals many promising features. The selfsimilar
construction of the wavelet basis functions and their multiscale
localization properties provide a new approach to the statistical
analysis and analytical control of hierarchically organized branching
processes. The exact analytical solution of several discrete models
shows that the wavelet transformation supresses redundancy in the
correlation information. Wavelet correlations can be naturally
interpreted as correlations between structures (clumps) living on
different scales.

Note: This paper adresses to people interested in applications
of wavelets to stochastic (cascade) processes, statistical physics,
turbulence, high energy physics ....

The paper can be obtained electronically from the Los Alamos
preprint database: hep-ph@xxx.lanl.gov
paper: hep-ph/9503235 (no figures though)

The figures can be obtained in an uu-encoded ps-file (1.4 Mbyte !!)
via e-mail (or a hardcopy can be sent by snail-mail). Some
figures don't print on a NeXT machine.
Send e-mail request to:
lipa@hephy.oeaw.ac.at


Sincerely, Peter Lipa
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