Wavelets, their friends, and what they can do for you
by M. C. Pereyra, M.J. Mohlenkamp
Publisher: Ohio University 2004
Number of pages: 46
We present an introduction to the theory of wavelets with an emphasis in applications. The theory of wavelets is the latest comer to the world of signal processing (more than 20 years now). It grew and brewed in different areas of science.
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