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Course: Mathematics and Physics of Wavelets with Applications
 
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Course: Mathematics and Physics of Wavelets with Applications

Offered by The Applied Technology Institute

COURSE TITLE:
The Mathematics and Physics of Wavelets,
with Applications to Remote Sensing

INSTRUCTOR:
Gerald Kaiser, Mathematical Sciences Department,
University of Massachusetts at Lowell

TIME & PLACE:
June 6-8, 1995 in College Park, MD (301) 345 6700

DESCRIPTION: 12 lectures, each 50 minutes,
followed by 10 minutes for questions. The instructor
will also be available for extended discussions. A mix
of university, goverment and industry participants are expected.

LECTURES:
1. Continuous time-frequency analysis

2. Continuous time-scale (wavelet) analysis

3. Time-frequency sampling theorems
(Discrete windowed Fourier transforms)

4. Time-scale sampling theorems
(Discrete wavelet transforms)

5. Multiresolution analysis and subband filtering

6. Daubechies' wavelet bases

7. Radar and sonar wideband ambiguity functions:
A canonical application of time-scale analysis

8. Radar and sonar narrowband ambiguity functions:
A canonical application of time-frequency analysis

9. Physical (acoustic and electromagnetic) wavelets:
Localized solutions of wave and Maxwell equations

10. The scattering of physical wavelets,
based on conformal translformations

11. Emission and reception of physical wavelets:
A variational approach to remote sensing

12. Other applications.

Participants will be given a set of lecture notes
and a copy of the instructor's recent book
"A Friendly Guide to Wavelets" (Birkhauser, 1994).

To register or to receive a full course catalog
phone the Applied Technology Institute at
(410) 531-6034 or Fax (410) 531-1013.
Enrollment is limited.

For more information about the course content,
contact kaiserg@woods.uml.edu.
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