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Sheri Pappas, Texas Engineering Extension Service
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2002 9:49 am    
Subject: Course: Short Course on Wavelets
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Course: Short Course on Wavelets

"Wavelets: Principles, Applications and Implementations"
May 15-18, 1996
College Station, TX

Overview

Wavelet analysis is one of the most exciting topics to emerge from
mathematical research that has a wide-range of applications in
engineering. Because of its flexible time-frequency window, the
wavelet transform complements the shortcomings of Fourier-based
techniques. Wavelets are particularly useful for time-frequency
analysis of non-stationary ntransient signals. They are used in
signal processing applications such as speech compression,
echo-cancellation, well-log analysis, and music processing. Most
wavelet algorithms are suitable for real-time processing and parallel
implementations. The two-and three-dimensional extensions of the
theory can be coupled with other techniques for image compression,
pattern recognition, and motion video. Designed to build on your
basic understanding of wavelet theory, this course will take you
through the concept of time-frequency analysis, the significance of
the integral wavelet transform, and real-time preprocessing of a
continuous signal using cardinal splines. You will learn how to use
decomposition and reconstruction algorithms, and how to use wavelet
packets for frequency domain fine-tuning in our hands-on laboratory
sessions.

For more information, contact Sheri Pappas at 800/447-9470 (U.S.) or
409/862-4615; fax: 409/845-5726; email: adpappas@teexnet.tamu.edu
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