“From Fourier Analysis to Wavelets” by Velho and Gomes

  • ©Luiz Velho and Jonas Gomes

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Entry Number: 05

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    From Fourier Analysis to Wavelets

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    Fourier analysis and wavelet theory constitute the fundamental mathematical framework for description of functions in the time and frequency domains. Such representations are the key element for effective analysis of function properties and for efficient implementation of computational methods. They are very important in many application areas, and are instrumental for researchers and developers who are solving problems in computer graphics and image processing.

    In this course, participants learned the mathematical concepts behind Fourier analysis and wavelets. The target audience included: people who already have some experience in signal processing and want to work with wavelets, and people who just want to obtain a general understanding of the wavelet theory.  

     


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    Mary Whitton

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    Charles Babbage Institute Archives, University of Minnesota

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