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Answer: Wavelets and integral equations in 2 and 3D (WD 5.2 #28)
 
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Kevin Bowman (kevin.bowman@jpl.nasa.gov)
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 24, 1998 8:05 pm    
Subject: Answer: Wavelets and integral equations in 2 and 3D (WD 5.2 #28)
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#15 Answer: Wavelets and integral equations in 2 and 3D (WD 5.2 #28)

Dear Andrew,

I recently came across some responses to your enquiry. I have
extended Beylkin's technique into 2-D for a variety of different kinds
of wavelets. Basically, I convert the integral operator into a 4-D
wavelet basis in non-standard form. I describe this technique in part
in "Application of wavelets to wavefront reconstruction in adaptive
optical systems" SPIE vol 3126 "Adaptive Optics and Applications" pp
288-299. For a full description you can get my Phd thesis
"Application of Wavelets to Adaptive Optics and Multiresolution Wiener
Filtering" from Georgia Institute of Technology, 1997. I think you
can obtain my dissertation from UMI at http://www.umi.com

Regards,

Kevin Bowman

Kevin W. Bowman, PhD.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
4800 Oak Grove Drive, MS 169-315
Pasadena, CA 91109
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