Recent Advances in Wavelet Analysis

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Larry L. Schumaker, Glenn Webb
Academic Press, 1994 - Mathematics - 364 pages
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Recent Advances in Wavelet Analysis is the third volume in the WAVELET ANALYSIS AND ITS APPLICATIONS series. This edited volume features ten timely and important articles authored by various experts in their respective fields, including such notable contributors as David L. Donoho, Ingrid Daubechies (MacArthur grant awardees in '91 and '92, respectively), Phillippe Tchamitchian, Patrick Flandrin (both featured speakers at the '92 International Wavelets Conference in Toulouse), Charles Chui, and Bjorn Jawerth (one of the editors of the Wavelet Digest ). This book covers recent advances in wavelet analysis and applications in areas including wavelets on bounded intervals, wavelet decomposition of special interest to statisticians, wavelets approach to differential and integral equations, analysis of subdivision operators, and wavelets related to problems in engineering and physics. Anyone interested in the ever-evolving field of wavelets will find this book an excellent addition to the series and to the literature overall.

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Estimates on Greens Kernel Using Wavelets and Applications
Wavelet Refinement of the Wilson Recursion Formula
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About the author (1994)

Larry Schumaker is the Stevenson Professor of Mathematics at Vanderbilt University.

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