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George W. Pan | 2003 | ISBN: 047146094X | English | 552 pages | DJVU | 5 MB
Series: Wiley Series in Microwave and Optical Engineering
Applied mathematics has made considerable progress in wavelets. In recent years interest in wavelets has grown at a steady rate, and applications of wavelets are expanding rapidly. A virtual flood of engineers, with little mathematical sophistication, is about to enter the field of wavelets. Although more than 100 books on wavelets have been published since 1992, there is still a large gap between the mathematician’s rigor and the engineer’s interest. The present book is intended to bridge this gap between mathematical theory and engineering applications.
In an attempt to exploit the advantages of wavelets, the book covers basic wavelet principles from an engineer’s point of view. With a minimum number of theorems and proofs, the book focuses on providing physical insight rather than rigorous mathematical presentations. As a result the subject matter is developed and presented in a more basic and familiar way for engineers with a background in electromagnetics, including linear algebra, Fourier analysis, sampling function of sin nx / nx, Dirac _ function. Green’s functions, and so on.
The book may serve as a reference book for engineers, practicing scientists, and other professionals.