|World Scientific Publishing (email@example.com)
|Posted: Wed Mar 12, 2003 3:38 am
Subject: Others: Book and Journal on Wavelets
|Dear Members of Wavelet Digest,
Greetings from World Scientific Publishing and Imperial College Press!
We have just published the book titled "Wavelet Analysis: Twenty Years' Development" by Dr. Zhou Ding-Xuan in 2002.
The International Conference of Computational Harmonic Analysis, held in Hong Kong during the period of June 4 – 8, 2001, brought together mathematicians and engineers interested in the computational aspects of harmonic analysis. Plenary speakers include W Dahmen, R Q Jia, P W Jones, K S Lau, S L Lee, S Smale, J Smoller, G Strang, M Vetterlli, and M V Wickerhauser. The central theme was wavelet analysis in the broadest sense, covering time-frequency and time-scale analysis, filter banks, fast numerical computations, spline methods, multiscale algorithms, approximation theory, signal processing, and a great variety of applications.
This proceedings volume contains sixteen papers from the lectures given by plenary and invited speakers. These include expository articles surveying various aspects of the twenty-year development of wavelet analysis, and original research papers reflecting the wide range of research topics of current interest.
More information can be available at:
We will also be publishing a new journal International Journal of Wavelets,
Multiresolution and Information Processing (IJWMIP).
Yuan Y Tang
Department of Computer Science
Hong Kong Baptist University
Hojjat Adeli (The Ohio State University, USA)
T D Bui (Concordia Unversity, Canada)
Charles K Chui (University of Missouri-St. Louis, USA)
John Daugman (University of Cambridge, UK)
Ronald A DeVore (University of South Carolina, USA)
Wen Liang Hwang (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
Seng Luan Lee (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Jian Ping Li (International Centre for Wavelet Analysis and Its
Applications, Chongqing, China)
Harold H Szu (Office of Naval Research and George Washington
Bruno Torresani (Université de Provence, France)
Victor Wickerhauser (Washington University, USA)
Daniel Yeung (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong)
The IJWMIP considers the current state-of-the-art multiresolution theory, modern wavelet analysis as well as the applications. This journal aims at publishing papers in both the theory and application, concentrating on the practical applications of the multiresolution and wavelets.
The IJWMIP publishes articles of four primary types:
(1) original research papers,
(3) overviews and summaries,
(4) system description
We welcome submissions in all areas related to the multiresolution,
wavelets and their applications, such as
High Dimension Wavelet Problems
Vector Wavelet Functions
M-Band Wavelets and Filter Banks
Wavelet in Harmonic Analysis
Wavelets and General Signal Processing
Wavelets and Image Processing
Wavelets and Speech Processing
Wavelet and Pattern Recognition and Computer Vision
Wavelets and Ordinary Differential Equations
Wavelets and Partial Differential Equations
Wavelets and Numerical Analysis
Wavelets and Statistics
Wavelets and Econometrics
Wavelets and Fractals
Wavelets and Communication Theory
Wavelets and Computer Graphics
Wavelets and Physics
Wavelet and Medicine and Biology
Wavelet and Geology
Wavelet and Radar
Wavelet and Remote Sensing
Hardware and Software Implementation of Wavelet Transforms
Next-Generation Wavelets, Curvelets
Papers are published under two categories, namely: regular papers
and short papers (or correspondence). Regular papers usually report
results of original research, or may be a well-focused survey that
puts recent progress into a broader perspective and accurately
assesses limits of existing theories.
More information can be found at http://www.worldscinet.com/ijwmip/ijwmip.shtml.
We are happy to promote the book and journal to many people interested in
wavelets and bring the current research to a higher level. We would appreciate if you could go through the book and journal details.
To enquire about purchases and subscription, please email Ms Ng Min Chao at firstname.lastname@example.org.
World Scientific Publishing
Imperial College Press