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  1. A Wavelet Tour of Signal Processing, Third Edition: The Sparse Way by Stephane Mallat, 2008-12-25
  2. Conceptual Wavelets in Digital Signal Processing by D. Lee Fugal, 2009-07-01
  3. A Primer on Wavelets and Their Scientific Applications, Second Edition (Studies in Advanced Mathematics) by James S. Walker, 2008-01-29
  4. Introduction to Wavelets and Wavelet Transforms: A Primer by C. Sidney Burrus, Ramesh A. Gopinath, et all 1997-08-24
  5. Wavelet Methods for Time Series Analysis (Cambridge Series in Statistical and Probabilistic Mathematics) by Donald B. Percival, Andrew T. Walden, 2006-02-27
  6. The World According to Wavelets: The Story of a Mathematical Technique in the Making, Second Edition by Barbara Burke Hubbard, 1998-05-30
  7. Wavelets and Filter Banks by Truong Nguyen Gilbert Strang, 1996-10-01
  8. A Wavelet Tour of Signal Processing, Second Edition (Wavelet Analysis & Its Applications) by Stephane Mallat, 1999-09-17
  9. The Illustrated Wavelet Transform Handbook by Napler Addison, 2002-07-01
  10. An Introduction to Random Vibrations, Spectral & Wavelet Analysis: Third Edition by D. E. Newland, 2005-07-26
  11. An Introduction to Wavelets and Other Filtering Methods in Finance and Economics by Ramazan Gençay, Faruk Selçuk, et all 2001-09-26
  12. Wavelets: Tools for Science & Technology by Stéphane Jaffard, Yves Meyer, et all 2001-04-15
  13. Wavelet Methods in Statistics with R (Use R) by Guy Nason, 2008-08-11
  14. An Introduction to Wavelet Analysis by David F. Walnut, 2001-09-27

1. An Introduction To Wavelets
An Introduction to wavelets by Amara Graps in HTML, PDF or Postscript.
A n I ntroduction to W avelets
Keywords: Wavelets, Signal Processing Algorithms, Orthogonal Basis Functions, Wavelet Applications
  • Overview
  • Historical Perspective
  • Sidebar- What are Basis Functions?
  • Fourier Analysis ...
  • Wavelet Analysis
  • Wavelet Applications
  • 2. Bibliographies On Wavelets
    Bibliographies on wavelets at the University of Karlsruhe.
    The Collection of
    Computer Science Bibliographies
    Bibliographies on Wavelets
    Query: in any author title field
    Publication year : in: , since: , before: (four digit years)
    Options: Results as Citation Results in BibTeX 10 results per page 40 results per page 100 results per page 200 results per page sort by score year online papers only
    You may use Lucene syntax , available fields are: ti (title), au (author), yr (publications year). #Refs Bibliography Date Signal processing and wavelet related bibliography Bibliography of Wavelet, Time Series, and Related Works Bibliography on wavelets and chirplets Bibliography on Wavelets ... List of papers concerning wavelets in tomography Total number of references in this section
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    3. The Wavelet Digest :: Index
    Bringing together the Wavelet Community. This site hosts a free monthly newsletter on wavelets. Covers theory and applications. Contains all archives since
    Return to the homepage Search the complete Wavelet Digest database Help about the Wavelet Digest mailing list About the Wavelet Digest The Digest The Community Latest Issue Back Issues Current submissions New submission ... Gallery
    What's here? This site offers several services intended to foster the exchange of knowledge and viewpoints related to theory and applications of wavelets. The Wavelet Digest Online subscription here The free and non-commercial electronic newsletter since , linking together the multi-disciplinary wavelet community. You can submit your own contributions The Wavelet Discussion Forum The discussion forum enables rapid communication between members of the wavelet community. The Wavelet Calendar of Events The calendar includes the most interesting conferences, meetings, and workshops for wavelet researchers. The Wavelet Gallery The gallery contains links to the most essential resources related to wavelets: books, software, demos, tutorials, and so on. Announcements Surfing the Wavelets
    31 Aug 2004 Editorial: Browsing through the Wavelet Discussion Forum
    22 Dec 2003 Editorial: Adapting to the needs of the community
    30 Jun 2003 Editorial: New Gallery of Links
    01 Apr 2003
    This site is hosted by the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne

    4. WaveLab802
    free WaveLab is a library of MATLAB routines for wavelet analysis, waveletpacket analysis, cosine-packet analysis and matching pursuit.
    WAVELAB 802
    for Matlab5.x
    Current Release
    David Donoho
    Mark Reynold Duncan

    Xiaoming Huo

    Ofer Levi Major Contributions from Jon Buckheit
    Maureen Clerc
    Jerome Kalifa
    Stephane Mallat
    Thomas Yu
    What is Wavelab?
    WaveLab is a collection of Matlab functions that have been used by the authors and collaborators to implement a variety of computational algorithms related to wavelet analysis. A partial list of the techniques made available:
    • orthogonal wavelet transforms,
    • biorthogonal wavelet transforms,
    • translation-invariant wavelets,
    • interpolating wavelet transforms,
    • cosine packets,
    • wavelet packets,
    • matching pursuit,
    and a lot more... It includes more than 1100 Matlab files, datasets, and demonstration scripts. Some computationally expensive routines have been implemented as Matlab MEX functions. Here is a more detailed introduction.
    What is new?
    For the new version (WaveLab802), we add in scripts to reproduce many figures for the book A Wavelet Tour of Signal Processing A new browser has been added for Mallat's book.

    5. A Really Friendly Guide To Wavelets
    Wavelet tutorial for engineers in three parts friendly introduction, lifting, and EZW.
    UP PART 2 PART 3 Yes ! I've done it ! Recognition at last ! This site has won an award ! A Really Friendly Guide to Wavelets
    (C) C. Valens, 1999-2004
    Sometimes people don't know how to address me when writing me. They call me professor Valens, doctor Valens, mr/miss Valens, Valens or professor Clemens, doctor Clemens, mr/miss Clemens, Clemens, or simply nothing. So then, how should you address me, you wonder? Well, I don't care, but if you must know, I am (a) male. NEW!
    * I finally invested some time to learn how to make PDF files and updated my wavelet tutorial PDF file
    * Made it all more printer friendly. Some images were to large to print correctly.
    * Fixed missing symbols (forgot to transform some GIF files to PNG).
    * Added little note about two-dimensional transform to the introduction.
    * New email address. The folks at now want money so I decided to let good old mindless go.
    * All GIF files have been replaced by PNG files. These files are a bit smaller than GIF files and so this page should load a bit faster. (Saved over 15KB on this page!)
    * Added a link to the Wavelet Forum at the end.

    6. Wavelet Analysis; Significance Levels; Confidence Intervals;
    Introduction to wavelet analysis and Monte Carlo, interactive wavelet plotting, FAQ, and software.
    A Practical Guide to Wavelet Analysis
    With significance and confidence testing Christopher Torrence
    Research Systems, Inc.
    Boulder, Colorado
    chris[AT]rsinc[DOT]com Gilbert P. Compo
    NOAA/CIRES Climate Diagnostics Center,
    Boulder, Colorado
  • Software for Fortran, IDL, and Matlab
  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
  • Article: "A Practical Guide to Wavelet Analysis" , C. Torrence and G. P. Compo, 1998.

  • Permission to place a copy of this work on this server has been provided by the American Meteorological Society
    The AMS does not guarantee that the copy provided here is an accurate copy of the published work.
  • Wavelet Coherency and Phase Featured in:
    From the Fourier Transform to the wavelet transform.
    The Wavelet Tutorial
    PART I:
    PART II:
    PART IV:
    Please note: Due to large number of e-mails I receive, I am not able to reply to all of them. I will therefore use the following criteria in answering the questions:
    The answer to the question does not already appear in the tutorial; 2. I actually know the answer to the question asked.
    If you do not receive a reply from me, then the answer is already in the tutorial, or I simply do not know the answer. My apologies for the inconvenience this may cause. I appreciate your understanding.
    For questions, comments or suggestions, please send an e-mail to
    Other Wavelet Related Servers
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    Thank you for visiting THE WAVELET TUTORIAL Including your current access, this page has been visited

    8. Amara's Wavelet Page
    Introduction to wavelets with links to other sites.
    C ontents
    Wavelet Overview Wavelet Forum Wavelet Digest Fourier Trivia ...
    Changes to the Page
    W avelet Overview
    The fundamental idea behind wavelets is to analyze according to scale. Indeed, some researchers in the wavelet field feel that, by using wavelets, one is adopting a whole new mindset or perspective in processing data. Wavelets are functions that satisfy certain mathematical requirements and are used in representing data or other functions. This idea is not new. Approximation using superposition of functions has existed since the early 1800's, when Joseph Fourier discovered that he could superpose sines and cosines to represent other functions. However, in wavelet analysis, the scale that one uses in looking at data plays a special role. Wavelet algorithms process data at different scales or resolutions. If we look at a signal with alarge "window," we would notice gross features. Similarly, if we look at a signal with a small "window," we would notice small discontinuities. The result in wavelet analysis is to "see the forest and the trees." Can you see why these features make wavelets interesting and useful? For many decades, scientists have wanted more appropriate functions than the the sines and cosines which comprise the bases of Fourier analysis, to approximate choppy signals. By their definition, these functions are non-local (and stretch out to infinity), and therefore do a very poor job in approximating sharp spikes. But with wavelet analysis, we can use approximating functions that are contained neatly in finite domains. Wavelets are well-suited for approximating data with sharp discontinuities.

    9. Wavelets
    Page on the book wavelets and Subband Coding , M. Vetterli and J. Kovacevic. Page on the book The World According to wavelets The Story of a
    Internet Sources
    (last update: April 11th, 2000

    10. A Really Friendly Guide To Wavelets
    A Really Friendly Guide to wavelets1 (C) C. Valens, 19992004 for instance in Bur98 and Dau92. 4. Discrete wavelets Now that we know

    11. Discovering Wavelets: Home Page
    A center of activity for incorporating wavelets into the undergraduate curriculum. Tutorials, projects and resources.
    The Discovering Wavelets Web Site
    maintained by Edward Aboufadel and Steven Schlicker Our goal for this site is to make it a center of activity for incorporating wavelets into the undergraduate curriculum. We believe that wavelets can be accessible to people other than research mathematicians that anyone with a background in basic linear algebra (for example, graduate and undergraduate students, and nonspecialists) can learn about and work with wavelets. Undergraduates at GVSU, many who are prospective mathematics teachers, have completed projects based on wavelets, along with undergraduate research projects. The challenge to mathematics professors is to present wavelets in way that is accessible without being trivial. New and Noteworthy
    The May-June 2005 site update has been completed.
    Each summer at Grand valley State University, two students work on a project related to wavelets. Learn about projects from 2000, 2002, 2003, and 2004 on the student projects web page
    Oxford University Press has published Advanced Engineering Mathematics (3rd edition), by M. Potter, J. Goldberg, and E. Aboufadel. This textbook has the typical topics for engineering mathematics (e.g. differential equations, linear algebra, numerical methods), but it also includes a new chapter on wavelets, aimed at undergraduate engineering majors, and enhanced with Maple and Excel.

    From the Fourier Transform to the wavelet transform.

    13. Gerald Kaiser
    Harmonic analysis, PDE, wavelets, physicsbased signal and image processing.

    14. Image Compression - From DCT To Wavelets : A Review
    Article published in ACM Crossroads, the student magazine of the Association for Computing Machinery.
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    Image Compression - from DCT to Wavelets : A Review
    by Subhasis Saha
    Uncompressed multimedia (graphics, audio and video) data requires considerable storage capacity and transmission bandwidth. Despite rapid progress in mass-storage density, processor speeds, and digital communication system performance, demand for data storage capacity and data-transmission bandwidth continues to outstrip the capabilities of available technologies. The recent growth of data intensive multimedia-based web applications have not only sustained the need for more efficient ways to encode signals and images but have made compression of such signals central to storage and communication technology. For still image compression, the `Joint Photographic Experts Group' or JPEG[ ] standard has been established by ISO (International Standards Organization) and IEC (International Electro-Technical Commission). The performance of these coders generally degrades at low bit-rates mainly because of the underlying block-based Discrete Cosine Transform (DCT)[ ] scheme. More recently, the wavelet transform has emerged as a cutting edge technology, within the field of image compression. Wavelet-based coding[

    15. International Journal Of Wavelets, Multiresolution And Information Processing (I
    (World Scientific) IJWMIP considers the state of the art in multiresolution theory and modern wavelet analysis as well as their applications.
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    International Journal of Wavelets, Multiresolution and Information Processing (IJWMIP)
    The IJWMIP considers the current state-of-the-art multiresolution theory, modern wavelet analysis and information processing 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, wavelets and information processing. More News Watch this space for news on IJWMIP. Feature Articles (Free Online Sample Issue) Vol. 2, No. 1 (March 2004) Identification of Acoustic Signatures for Vehicles Via Reduction of Dimensionality
    Amir Averbuch, Eyal Hulata, Valery Zheludev and Inna Kozlov Powell-Sabin Spline Wavelets
    Evelyne Vanraes, Jan Maes and Adhemar Bultheel Secondary Transform Decoupling of Shifted Nonstationary Signal Modulation Components: Application to Photoplethysmography
    Paul S. Addison and James N. Watson Wavelet-Based Multiresolution Histogram for Fast Image Retrieval
    Pawan Jain and S. N. Merchant Implementation of Zero Tree Wavelet Coders in DSP Processor
    S. Arivazhagan, D. Gnanadurai, J. R. Antony Vance, K. M. Sarojini and L. Ganesan

    16. The FBI Fingerprint Image Compression Standard
    (uses wavelets) Chris Brislawn home page

    17. The Wavelet Digest :: Gallery
    Everything you ever wanted to know about wavelets. http//perso.wanadoo. fr/polyvalens/clemens/wavelets/wavelets.html, A Really Friendly Guide to

    18. Mitsuharu ARIMURA's Bookmarks On Source Coding/Data Compression
    Very large list of links, including books and lecture notes, benchmarkings, archives, image/graphic compression, fractal compression, wavelets, video and audio compression, and links to other link lists.
    Mitsuharu ARIMURA's Bookmarks on Source Coding/Data Compression
    This page is
    Check out the Bibliography on Source Coding/Data Compression too.

    19. Gerald Kaiser
    Harmonic analysis, PDE, wavelets, physicsbased signal and image processing.
    Gerald Kaiser
    Austin, TX
    email: kaiser(at)wavelets(dot)com
    Kielce ghetto, 1942 ... a rescue story ...
    ... Bergen-Belsen DP Camp, 1946 ...

    ... Pasadena, 2005

    Languages: English, German, Polish, Russian, Portuguese, French, Hebrew
    Ph.D. (Mathematics) 1977, University of Toronto
    Thesis: Phase-Space Approach to Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
    Ph.D. (Physics) 1970, University of Wisconsin - Madison
    Thesis: Application of Continuous-Moment Sum Rules
    B.Sc. (Mathematics) 1962, Case Institute of Technology Hobbies: Dancing (Swing, Lindy Hop, Balboa, Tango ...), Aikido
    Professor of Mathematical Sciences , Univ. of Massachusetts (now Emeritus) Since 1998: Founder and Head, Since 1999: Editor-in-Chief (with Anne Boutet de Monvel, Univ. Paris 7), Progress in Mathematical Physics Book Series Since 2005: Visiting Scholar, Center for Relativity, University of Texas, Austin Research interests
    • Harmonic analysis, potential theory, PDE, wavelets Real and complex geometry, Clifford analysis Electromagnetics, optics, acoustics

    20. Wavelet Resources
    Introduction to wavelets with links to other sites.

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