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Software: Wavelet Explorer from Wolfram Research
 
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Julie Porter (juliep@wolfram.com)
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2002 9:52 am    
Subject: Software: Wavelet Explorer from Wolfram Research
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Software: Wavelet Explorer from Wolfram Research

Wolfram Research introduces Wavelet Explorer, the latest addition to its
growing library of specialized applications. Wavelet analysis has
applications in a wide variety of disciplines including engineering,
physics, astronomy, geology, medical research, and more. Wavelet
Explorer introduces users to this new area and delivers a wide range of
wavelet analysis tools to their desktops.

Yale professor Ronald Coifman, a pioneer in wavelet analysis, recently
experimented with Wavelet Explorer, "I found Wavelet Explorer to be a
comprehensive package with an excellent manual," Coifman said. "Powered
by Mathematica, its appeal should extend to a wide range of fields. I
highly recommend it."

Wavelet Explorer includes an interactive tutorial for those who are new
to wavelet theory. Clear examples start with the basics about wavelets
and how to explore wavelet properties, then demonstrate how users can
use the system to apply wavelet analysis techniques to specific fields.

* generate orthogonal and biorthogonal filters-Daubechies'extremal
phase, Daubechies' least asymmetric, Coiflets, Battle-Lemarie, Haar,
Shannon, Meyer, biorthogonal spline

* compute and visualize scaling functions, wavelets, and wavelet
packets from a given filter and zoom in on their details

* use one- and two-dimensional wavelet and wavelet packet transforms

* determine the best basis for data using the entropy criterion

* perform one- and two-dimensional data compression and denoising tasks

* access free technical support

* and more ...

Wavelet Explorer is written entirely in Mathematica and all source code
is open, so the user is free to customize and extend all functions and
utilities provided.

For more information:

URL: http://www.wolfram.com/mathematica/applications
Email: info@wolfram.com
Phone: (800) 441-6284
All times are GMT + 1 Hour
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