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Posted 3 Oct 2014

Discrete Wavelet Transforms, a Java Implementation

, 13 Nov 2014
This article presents a Java example application that performs discrete wavelet transforms.

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8 - publicly available No 13-Nov-14 12:01 Available Sean Ewington
Updates in content.
7 No 13-Nov-14 6:48 Pending Mark H Bishop
Corrected a typo
6 No 9-Oct-14 4:54 Available Sean Ewington
Updates in content.
5 No 9-Oct-14 4:17 Pending Mark H Bishop
sha256 sum were added, enabling the user to verify download integrity.
4 No 6-Oct-14 5:12 Available Sean Ewington
Updates in content.
3 No 4-Oct-14 3:25 Pending Mark H Bishop
The "Multi-resolution analysis" heading was moved up one paragraph.
1 No 3-Oct-14 14:54 Pending Mark H Bishop
Initial creation

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Mark H Bishop
Founder PEI Watershed Alliance, Inc.
United States United States
I am an analytical chemist and an educator. I program primarily to perform matrix computations for regression analysis, process signals, acquire data from sensors, and to control devices.

I participate in many open source development communities and Linux user forums. I occasionally perform IT contract work, primarily focused on network design/deployment and penetration testing for small organizations.

I am a member of several community-interest groups such as the Prince Edward Island Watershed Alliance, the Lot 11 and Area Watershed Management Group, and the Petersham Historic Commission.

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