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  • Subject: [mg30452] Mathematica & Wavelets ...
  • From: "Annetts, David (DEM, North Ryde)" <David.Annetts at dem.csiro.au>
  • Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2001 01:41:48 -0400 (EDT)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Hi Adam,

> I'm interested in studing some data with the use of Wavelet Theory. 
> Does anyone know where on the web I can find some Mathematica
> Notebooks that make use of Wavelet theory?  I already know about the
> Wavelet Explorer that Wolfram offers, but I am looking for Mathematica 
> Notebooks that users have constructed.

Paul Abbot at the University of Western Australia has some material at his
FTP site on this.  The URL
http://www.physics.uwa.edu.au/Physics/Courses/Third_Year/Computational_Physi
cs.html

should be a good starting point.

Alternatively, MathSource should have something, and I seem to recall a
couple of articles in The MathJournal about Wavelets & Mathematica.

Regards,

Dave.
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