Web Links for Wavelets and Time-Frequency Analysis

Here are several links to various sites for papers and tutorials on wavelets, time-frequency analysis, and applications.   This is a huge research area; my
apologies if I have left anyone out.  (If you want your website included, send me the URL, and I will try to oblige!)
     Wim Swelden's webpage  This page contains a number of papers on wavelets by the creator of the "lifting" method.  His papers on that method are 
     highly recommended.

     Michael Unser's webpage  This page contains a number of  papers on wavelets by a major contributor to biomedical and image processing applications.
     David Donoho's webpage  This page contains a number of papers on wavelets by one of the creators of the "wavelet shrinkage"
     signal denoising method.  His papers on that method are highly recommended.  His latest work is on generalizations of wavelets,
     such as "ridgelets" and "curvelets."

     NuHAG webpage  This page contains a wealth of material on time-frequency analysis, at one of the leading centers in the world.  There is an archive
     of papers (both recent and classics in the field), and links to many other researchers in time-frequency analysis throughout the world.   Highly recommended.
      Wavelet Resources webpage  This page contains a wealth of material on wavelets, including tutorials and software.
     Richard Baraniuk's webpage  This page contains a number of  papers on wavelets by one of the creators of the "Hidden Markov Tree" signal 
     denoising method.  His papers on this method are highly recommended.
     Victor Wickerhauser's webpage  This page contains a number of papers on wavelets by the creator of the "best basis" method of signal approximation.  
     His papers on acoustic compression are highly recommended.
     Eero Simoncelli's webpage  This page contains a number of papers on wavelets in image processing.  He is one of the creators of the method of 
     ``steerable wavelets", which are very useful in image processing.   Lots of excellent material on the relation of wavelets and vision can be found here.

      Wavelet Digest  A free, electronic newsletter with the latest information on wavelets.  The best source for the latest developments in the field.

     Rice University DSP group   This page contains many excellent papers, software, and various links, on wavelets and signal processing, and
     on signal processing in general.
     Other Links:  There is also a list of wavelet researchers at this site:  Wavelet People.