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Meeting: Wavelet Course by Gil Strang in Braunschweig, Germany
 
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Subject: Meeting: Wavelet Course by Gil Strang in Braunschweig, Germany
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#10 Meeting: Wavelet Course by Gil Strang in Braunschweig, Germany

WORKSHOP COURSE ON WAVELETS AND FILTER BANKS

taught by Gilbert Strang (MIT)

with selected applications presented
and practical computer training directed
by other researchers

Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday November 10-11-12, 1997

** Technical University Braunschweig, Germany **

TOPICS

We will aim for the right balance of theory and applications. The workshop
course gives an overall perspective of the field, following the program
of four successful workshops by Professors Strang and Nguyen in the US.
The topics will include

1. Analysis of Filter Banks and Wavelets
2. Design Methods
3. Applications (from Lecturers and Participants)
4. Hands-on Experience with Software

The program will develop these four key areas in detail:

1. Analysis

Multirate Signal Processing: Filtering, Decimation, Polyphase
Perfect Reconstruction and Aliasing Removal
Matrix Analysis: Toeplitz Matrices and Fast Algorithms
Wavelet Transform: Pyramid and Cascade Algorithms
Daubechies Wavelets, Orthogonal and Biorthogonal Wavelets
Smoothness, Approximation, Boundary Filters and Wavelets
Time-Frequency and Time-Scale Analysis

2. Design Methods

Spectral Factorization
Cosine-Modulated Filter Banks
Design by Constrained Least Squares
Lattice Structure
Ladder Structure (Lifting)

3. Applications

Audio and Image Compression, Quantization Effects
Digital Communication and Multicarrier Modulation
Transmultiplexers
Medical Imaging and Scientific Visualization
Computer Graphics and Image Generation
Analysis of Electrodynamic Problems

4. Simulation Software

MATLAB Wavelet Toolbox
Software for Compression

The goal of the Workshop is to be as useful as possible to all
participants.

PLEASE bring to the workshop any application areas that you would like to
hear discussed. This is a very active workshop !

TEXT

Participants will receive the new textbook

WAVELETS AND FILTER BANKS by Strang and Nguyen
Wellesley-Cambridge Press, Box 812060, Wellesley MA 02181
ISBN 0-9614088-7-1

This text is already in class use in many Electrical Engineering and
Mathematics departments. It was chosen to accompany MATLAB's Wavelet Toolbox,
which will be the simulation software at the Braunschweig Wavelet Workshop.

SOCIAL EVENTS

Sufficient time will be available for discussions both between lectures and
training sessions as well as at the workshop reception on monday evening and
at a banquet on tuesday night.

ACCOMMODATION AND TRAVEL DIRECTIONS

You will receive detailed information about driving, trains and airport
connections as well as accommodation in Braunschweig in a later announcement.

WORKSHOP TUITION

The tuition includes textbook, banquet, reception and refreshments in the
breaks. For registration until October 20 it will be

DM 750,- with company support
DM 550,- with university support
DM 150,- for graduate students using their own funds

After October 20, if places are still available, there is an additional fee
of DM 200,- for late registration (DM 100,- for graduate students).

REGISTRATION

It is good to register early since only a limited number of places is
available. Workshop registration is possible by email to

wavelet97@tu-bs.de

or online on the web page

http://www.tu-bs.de/institute/WiR/wavelet97

or by mail/fax to

Technische Universit"at Braunschweig
Zentralstelle f"ur Weiterbildung
Postfach 33 29
D-38023 Braunschweig

phone +49/531/391-4211
fax +49/531/391-4215

CONTACT

With any questions, please contact the organizers: preferably by an email
message with subject wavelet97 to

H. Matthies H.Matthies@tu-bs.de
Institut f"ur Wissenschaftliches Rechnen,
TU Braunschweig, Hans-Sommer-Str. 65, D-38106 Braunschweig
phone +49/531/391-3001, fax -3003
G. Strang gs@math.mit.edu
Room 2-240, MIT, Cambridge MA 02139
phone 617 253 4383, fax 617 253 4358
gs@math.mit.edu, http://www-math.mit.edu/~gs
B. Fischer fischer@informatik.mu-luebeck.de
Institut f"ur Mathematik, Med. Universit"at zu L"ubeck,
Wallstr. 40, D-23560 L"ubeck, phone +49/451/7030-434, fax -436
S. Ehrich ehrich@informatik.uni-hildesheim.de
Institut f"ur Mathematik, Universit"at Hildesheim,
D-31141 Hildesheim, phone +49/5121/883-724, fax -720
All times are GMT + 1 Hour
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