Wavelet data compression

Langreth, Robert; Free, John
June 1992
Popular Science;Jun92, Vol. 240 Issue 6, p67
Focuses on the efforts of electrical engineer Martin Vetterli to create a television signal that works on both high-definition television (HDTV) sets and older sets. His solution--a multi-resolution television signal based on a new mathematical theory called wavelets; How the system works; Applications.


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