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Meeting: UCLA short course on ''Wavelet Transform Applications''
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"Goodin, Bill" (BGoodin@UNEX.UCLA.EDU)

PostPosted: Tue Dec 03, 2002 1:19 pm    
Subject: Meeting: UCLA short course on ''Wavelet Transform Applications''
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Meeting: UCLA short course on "Wavelet Transform Applications"

On September 11-15, 1995, UCLA Extension will present the short course,
"Wavelet Transform Applications to Data, Signal, Image, and Video
Processing", on the UCLA campus in Los Angeles.

The instructors are Dr. Harold Szu, Research Physicist, Washington, DC,
and Prof. John Villasenor, UCLA.

The National Information Infrastructure (NII) has generated substantial
in the broad tele-informatics processing area in which a new mathematical
tool called the Wavelet Transform (WT) has been developed based on
human sensor wideband transient characteristics. The wavelet transform
has proved to be a powerful and efficient mechanism whenever the noisy
data, signal image, and/or video processing functions are related to the
quality of human sensory perception.

This course builds the basics of both continuous and discrete WTs (CWTs
and DWTs) and demonstrates both techniques with various real world signal
restoration and pattern recognition applications. Case studies are then
examined, including the FBI's decade-long fingerprint compression program,
the five-year NIST/ATP program in digital video information infrastructure,
the ARPA tele-medicine program, among others.

The topics to be discussed include: Introduction to the Wavelet Transform
(WT); Applications-Driven Wavelet: Principles by Dimensionality, Design by
Functionality; Continuous and Discrete Mathematics of WT and Comparisons,
How to Design Mother Wavelets; Neural Network Adaptive WT; Applications
of Super-Mother Wavelets; Advanced Medical Applications Using WT;
Nonlinear Dynamics Applications: Soliton WT Kernel; WT Implementation:
Hardware and Software Issues; Image Compression; 2D Wavelet Theory
and Practice; and Video Compression Applications.

For more information and a complete course description, please contact
Marcus Hennessy at:
(310) 825-1047
(310) 206-2815 fax
All times are GMT + 1 Hour
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