Wavelets Analysis: A Concise Guide
$1445 per person
his two-day course is based on a course taught at the Johns Hopkins University Engineering for Professionals Masters' Degree program, designed to introduce the fundamentals of wavelet analysis to a wide audience of engineers, physicists, and applied mathematicians. It complements the ATI Wavelets: A Conceptual Practical Approach in providing more mathematical depth and detail required for a thorough understanding of the theory and implementation in any programming language (GUI computer code in IDL will be provided to participants).
The textbook Wavelets: A Concise Guide is provided to all attendees.
Dr. A. H. Najmi is a staff member of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, and a member of the faculty (Applied Physics and Electrical Engineering) of the Johns Hopkins Whiting School Engineering for Professionals Masters' degree programs. Dr. Najmi holds the degrees of D.Phil. in theoretical physics from the university of Oxford, M.Math., M.A., and B.A. in mathematics from the university of Cambridge. He is the author of the textbook Wavelets: A Concise Guide (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2012).
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