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Meeting: Time-Frequency and Wavelet analysis symposium
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 26, 1996 3:13 pm    
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#4 Meeting: Time-Frequency and Wavelet analysis symposium

Call for Papers

ASME Design Engineering Division

A Symposium on


at the

Sixteenth Biennial Conference on Mechanical Vibration and Noise
1997 ASME Design Engineering Technical Conferences

Sacramento, California
September 14-17, 1997

Topics include, but are not limited to, the time-frequency analysis of
transient signals, including the theory and application of wavelet
methods in mechanical vibration and noise. Papers describing new
computational procedures and the application of time-frequency
analysis in other fields will also be welcomed.

Intending contributors are invited to inform the Symposium Organisers
as soon as possible. There is no deadline for the submission of
abstracts, but the organisers will be happy to comment on the likely
acceptability of topics if requested. Completed manuscripts must be
submitted to either of the organisers by January 15, 1997. All papers
will be reviewed and, if accepted, will be published in the conference
proceedings on CD-ROM.


January 15, 1997: manuscripts due
March 15, 1997: reviews completed and authors notified
May 1, 1997: final manuscripts due at ASME Publications


Professor D. E. Newland Professor A. Soom
Engineering Department Department of Mechanical
University of Cambridge Engineering
Trumpington Street SUNY at Buffalo
Cambridge CB2 1PZ Buffalo
England New York 14260
Tel: 44-1223-332617 Tel: (716) 645-2953 x2236
Fax: 44-1223-332677 Email:
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