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Meeting: Wavelets, The Latest Big Splash...
 
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#12 Meeting: Wavelets, The Latest Big Splash...

There will be a three-hour symposium on

"Wavelets: The Latest Big Splash in Science, Engineering,
Imaging and Graphics"

organized by Colm Mulcahy, Spelman College (www.spelman.edu/~colm) and
Farid Dowla, Lawrence Livermore Lab (dowla@s75.es.llnl.gov,
http://www.llnl.gov/das/wavelet/wavelet.html )

on the morning of Tuesday, Feb 17, 1998, as part of the AAAS (American
Association for the Advancement of Science) 150th anniversary
celebration Annual Meeting and Science Innovation Exposition in
Philadelphia, Feb 12-17, 1998.

Speaker #01: Gilbert Strang, Massachusetts Institute of
Technology
An Introduction to Wavelets

Speaker #02: Bjorn Jawerth, University of South Carolina
Let Your Wavelets Do the Walking: An
Introduction to Imaging and Information
Access

Speaker #03: Farid U. Dowla, Lawrence Livermore National
Laboratory
The Wavelet Transform: The Natural
Algorithm in Seismic Signal Analysis

Speaker #04: Dennis M. Healy, Defense Advanced Research
Projects Agency, Department of Defense
Adapted Wavelets in Biomedicine: Examples
from Imaging and Signal Processing

Speaker #05: Adam Finkelstein, Princeton University
Wavelets in Computer Graphics: The Color,
Size, and Shape of Things

Relevant AAAS web page is:

http://www.aaas.org/meetings/scope/program/eme.htm#170.0

Also see the new article in MAA Online at:

http://www.maa.org/news/aaas_wav.html

(this essentially includes the abstracts of all of the talks)
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