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Introduction to the Mathematics of Wavelets

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Introduction to the Mathematics of Wavelets
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Publisher: University of Minnesota
Number of pages: 294

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Contents: Motivation through signal processing, analysis and synthesis; Vector Spaces with Inner Product; Fourier Series; The Fourier Transform; Discrete Fourier Transform; Linear Filters; Multiresolution Analysis; Wavelet Theory; Applications of Wavelets.

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