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Course: Introduction to the mathematics and physics of wavelets
 
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"Jenkins, James W." (JenkiJW1@subtech1.spacenet.jhuapl.edu)
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 20, 1996 3:25 pm    
Subject: Course: Introduction to the mathematics and physics of wavelets
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#16 Course: Introduction to the mathematics and physics of wavelets

Offered by The Applied Technology Institute
Phone (410) 531-6034 fax (410) 531-1013
Email atiinfo@aol.com

INTRODUCTION TO THE MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS OF WAVELETS
WITH APPLICATIONS TO ACOUSTICS, REMOTE SENSING & LECTROMAGNETICS

DATE: December 17-19, 1997
PLACE: Boston, Mass - Holiday Inn Brookline
INSTRUCTOR: Professor Gerald Kaiser, UMass Lowell
TEXTBOOK: Participants will receive a copy of the instructor's
popular book A FRIENDLY GUIDE TO WAVELETS and Software.

COURSE DESCRIPTION: 12 lectures, each 50 minutes
followed by 10 minutes for questions.
The instructor will also be available for extended discussions.

LECTURES:
1. Continuous time-frequency analysis
2. Continuous time-scale (wavelet) analysis
3. Generalized frames: Keys to analysis and synthesis
4. Time-frequency sampling theorems (Discrete time-frequency analysis)
5. Time-scale sampling theorems (Discrete time-scale analysis)
6. Multiresolution analysis
7. Subband filtering
8. FIR filters and Daubechies wavelet bases
9. Applications to atmospheric turbulence data analysis
10. Radar and sonar ambiguity functions: Canonical applications of
time-frequency and time-scale analysis
11. Electromagnetic and acoustic wavelets: Space-time adaptive analysis
for sensing and communication
12. Some new applications to remote sensing

To register or to receive a full course catalog phone the Applied
Technology Institute at (410) 531-6034 or Fax (410) 531-1013. Related
courses include Modern Spectral Analysis, and Synthetic Aperture Radar
Enrollment is limited.

For more information about the course content, contact
gkaiser@jupiter.cs.uml.edu
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