The Continuous Wavelet Transform and Symmetric Spaces

@inproceedings{Fabec2001TheCW,
  title={The Continuous Wavelet Transform and Symmetric Spaces},
  author={R Fabec and G. {\'O}lafsson},
  year={2001}
}
The continuous wavelet transform has become a widely used tool in applied science during the last decade. In this article we discuss some generalizations coming from actions of closed subgroups of GL(n, R) acting on R n. In particular, we propose a way to invert the wavelet transform in the case where the stabilizer of a generic point in R n is not compact, but a symmetric subgroup, a case that has not previously been discussed in the literature. 

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