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000091093 245__ $$aComplex data processing: fast wavelet analysis on the sphere
000091093 269__ $$a2007
000091093 260__ $$c2007
000091093 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000091093 520__ $$aIn the general context of complex data processing, this paper reviews a recent practical approach to the continuous wavelet formalism on the sphere. This formalism notably yields a correspondence principle which relates wavelets on the plane and on the sphere. Two fast algorithms are also presented for the analysis of signals on the sphere with steerable wavelets.
000091093 6531_ $$acomplex data
000091093 6531_ $$awavelet analysis
000091093 6531_ $$asphere
000091093 6531_ $$acosmology
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000091093 700__ $$0240427$$g163268$$aWiaux, Y.
000091093 700__ $$g201873$$aMcEwen, J. D.$$0242931
000091093 700__ $$aVielva, P.
000091093 773__ $$j13$$tJournal of Fourier Analysis and Applications$$q477
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