### TABLE 2 FRAME BOUNDS FOR THE 2D GABOR WAVELETS WITH 1.5 OCTAVE BANDWIDTH FOR DIFFERENT NUMBERS OF SAMPLING ORIENTATIONS (K), WITH THE NUMBER OF FREQUENCY STEPS PER OCTAVE N = 1 AND 3, AND THE UNIT SPATIAL SAMPLING INTERVAL bo = 1 N = 1

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### TABLE 5 FRAME BOUNDS FOR 2D GABOR WAVELETS OF 1.0 OCTAVE BANDWIDTH FOR DIFFERENT UNIT SPATIAL SAMPLING INTERVALS BO, WITH THE NUMBER OF SAMPLING ORIENTATIONS K = 20 AND THE NUMBER OF FREQUENCY STEPS PER OCTAVE N = 1 AND 3 N = 1

1996

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### TABLE 3 FRAME BOUNDS FOR THE 2D GABOR WAVELETS WITH 1.5 OCTAVE BANDWIDTH FOR DIFFERENT UNIT SPATIAL SAMPLING INTERVALS BO, WITH THE NUMBER OF SAMPLING ORIENTATIONS K = 20 AND THE NUMBER OF FREQUENCY STEPS PER OCTAVE N = 1 AND N = 3 N = 1

1996

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### TABLE 4 FRAME BOUNDS FOR THE 2D GABOR WAVELETS WITH 1.0 OCTAVE BANDWIDTH FOR DIFFERENT NUMBERS OF SAMPLING ORIENTATIONS (K), WITH THE NUMBER OF FREQUENCY STEPS PER OCTAVE N = 1 AND 3, AND THE UNIT SPATIAL SAMPLING INTERVAL bo = 0.8 N = 1

1996

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### Table 1: Optical pulse generation for making short pulses Generation Method Characteristics Duration in Pico

"... In PAGE 6: ...8 PS have been achieved b) CW light gating with electro-absorption Modulator pulses in the order of 15 Ps have been achieved c) Laser diode mode locking generally pulses as short as 10 ps have been achieved but in special types can go down to 1 ps d) Harmonic Mode-Locking of EDF-lasers pulses at short as 2-3 ps have been achieved e) Super Continuum (SC) Generation pulses less than 1 ps have been achieved. Table1 shows a summary of what has been demonstrated6-7. 2.... ..."

### Table 1. Typical Gabor regression results on several standard test functions (Marron et al., 1998)

"... In PAGE 10: ... (1998). Table1 summarizes the results of these regression exper- iments, including the error norms of the degraded and reconstructed signals, as well as the measured noise variance in comparison with that estimated by the Gabor regression scheme. In these experiments, Bayesian model averaging was employed in conjunction with an Ising prior and a tight frame of redundancy 2, based on a 32-sample version of the Gabor window function that was used in the experiments described above.... In PAGE 10: ... (As noted below, these and other exper- iments described herein can be reproduced with the aid of a MATLAB toolbox that has been developed by the authors.) It may be seen from Table1 that the Gabor regression scheme has accurately estimated the noise variance in each case, as well as having reduced the error norm by over 50% in comparison with the noisy versions of these test functions. 6.... ..."