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Wavelets for computer graphics - theory and applications

  title={Wavelets for computer graphics - theory and applications},
  author={E. J. Stollnitz and T. DeRose and D. Salesin},
  booktitle={The Morgan Kaufmann series in computer graphics and geometric modeling},
1 Introduction 2 HAAR: The Simplest Wavelet Basis 3 Image Compression 4 Image Editing 5 Image Querying 6 Subdivision Curves 7 The Theory of Multiresolution Analysis 8 Multiresolution Curves 9 Multiresolution Tiling 10 Surface Wavelets 11 Surface Applications 12 Variational Modeling 13 Global Illumination 

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