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Designing Wavelet Atelier

Susumu Sakakibara
Organization: Tokyo Denki University
Department: Department of Information Environment Integration and Design
Takashi Ito
Organization: Japan Information Processing Service Co., Ltd.

2004 International Mathematica Symposium
Conference location

Banff, Canada

We discuss features of Wavelet Atelier, our dynamical web site of wavelets, powered by webMathematica. Since wavelets have many different aspects, from signal processing to mathematical analysis, the site has three main streams which one can trace almost independently. However, by numerous links given on each page, one can jump to the relevant locations along another stream. This capability is considered vital in dynamical study of such subject as wavelet theory. Also, due to webMathematica, one can see the workings of wavelets on the fly. It is not only possible to see the results of the default setting, but also possible to try other choices either by clicking optional buttons or supplying numbers in the input window. The site will be a big one consisting of many web pages as well as many Mathematica packages, and it is still under development. Here we mainly concentrate on the design aspect of the site, giving some examples.

*Applied Mathematics > Numerical Methods > Approximation Theory > Wavelets
*Wolfram Technology > Special Versions > webMathematica

wavelet atelier, wavelets, wavelet theory, webMathematica
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