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Answer: Intro to wavelets for non-mathematicians/engineers (WD 7.5 #42)
 
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Alexei Krouglov (alexei.krouglov@matrox.com)
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PostPosted: Wed May 27, 1998 3:37 pm    
Subject: Answer: Intro to wavelets for non-mathematicians/engineers (WD 7.5 #42)
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#19 Answer: Intro to wavelets for non-mathematicians/engineers (WD 7.5 #42)

The question was:

> From: adefeyike maryam odutayo <a.m.odutayo@cranfield.ac.uk>
> Subject: #42 Question: Intro to wavelets for non-mathematicians/engineers
>
> Hello,
>
> I am a PhD student with a computer science background. I need
> excellent references on Introduction to wavelets and its application
> to image processing.
>
> I have read many journal articles and a couple of textbooks. All
> these have been directed at mathematicans and engineers and have
> therefore not been of much assistance to me.
>
> I would appreciate it if any one can refer me to references:
> textbooks, journals, websites, etc, with little mathematical detail
> detail but deep conceptual information on wavelets and its application
> to image processing.
>
> Thank you.
>
> adefeyike.

The answer is:

I can recommend Chapter 11 from the book "Introduction to Data =
Compression" by Khalid Sayood, Morgan Kaufman Publishers, Inc., San =
Francisco, CA, 1996.

Regards,

Alexei Krouglov
Matrox Graphics Inc.
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