Personal Data:


Department of Mathematics
Washington University
Campus Box 1146
One Brookings Drive
St. Louis, MO 63130-4899
Office Phone: (314)935-6711
Date of Birth: 29 December 1928
Place of Birth: Trieste, Italy
Citizenship: United States (Naturalized)


Professional Experience & Honors

  • 1953-54, Mathematician in the Advisory Board on Simulation (project at the University of Chicago)
  • 1955-56, Instructor, DePaul University
  • 1956-59, Assistant Professor, DePaul University
  • 1959-60, Associate Professor, DePaul University
  • 1960, (Summer) Visiting Professor, University of Buenos Aires
  • 1960-61, National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, Institut Poincaré (Sorbonne), Paris, France
  • 1961-63, Associate Professor, Washington University
  • 1963 -, Professor Washington University
  • 1964-65, Senior Postdoctoral National Science Foundation Fellow, University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
  • 1967, Winner of the Chauvenet Prize
  • 1967-70, Chairman, Mathematics Department, Washington University
  • 1970-71, Visiting Professor, University of Paris Sud (Orsay)
  • 1976, Visiting Professor, Summer Institute for Mathematics, University of Perugia,Italy
  • 1980, (Spring) Visiting Professor, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Pisa, Italy
  • 1980, (Fall) Visiting Professor, University of Peking, Beijing, China
  • 1982, (Spring) The Elinor Anheuser Professorship of Mathematics
  • 1985, (April) Awarded an Honorary Professorship, Mathematics Department, Beijing Normal University
  • 1987-88, Member Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Berkeley, CA. On Organizing Committee for Classical Analysis Program
  • 1993, (Fall) Visiting Professor, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
  • 1994, January 28-Awarded an Honorary degree by the Universitá degli Studii di Milano
  • 1994, June 15-Awarded an Honorary degree by the University of Barcelona
  • 1995, (Spring) Visiting Professor, Beijing Normal University
  • 1996, Frontier Lecturer at Texas A & M University
  • 1997, (Summer) Erskine Fellow at Canterbury University, Christchurch, New Zealand
  • 1997, (Fall) Visiting Professor, University of Milano, Italy
  • 1998, (Spring) Zygmund Lecturer, University of Chicago
  • 2001, (Fall) Visiting Professor, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
  • 2002, (Summer) Visiting Professor, Scuola Matematica Interuniversitaria, Cortona, Italy
  • 2002, (August) Co-organizer of the Satellite Conference (to the World International Congress of Mathematics) Harmonic Analysis and its Applications, Hanzhou, China

    Selected List of National Service

    1. Member of the Council of the American Mathematical Society (1972-75).
    2. Member of the Nominating Committee of the American Mathematical Society (1976-79).
    3. Member of the Advising Committee to the Division of the Mathematical Sciences of the National Science Foundation (1984-87).
    4. Member of the National Research Council Committee on Resources for the Mathematical Sciences (1980-84) (known as the David Committee).
    5. Science Policy Committee of the American Mathematical Society (1980-86).
    6. Member of the Board of Mathematical Sciences of the National Research Council.
    7. Member of Committee on the Mathematical Sciences: Status and Future Directions (David II Committee) (1988-90).
    8. Chairman of the History Committee of the American Mathematical Society (1994-1996).

    List of Publications

    1. A Note on Orlicz spaces, Port. Math., 15 (1956), 35-47.
    2. An interpolation theorem for sublinear operators on H p spaces, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 8 (1958), 92-99 (with E.M. Stein).
    3. Interpolation of operators with change of measures, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 87 (1958),159-172 (with E.M. Stein).
    4. Fractional Integrals on n-dimensional Euclidean space , J. Math Mech. 7 (1958), 503-514 (with E.M. Stein).
    5. On the interpolation of analytic families of operators acting on Hp spaces, Tohuku Mat. J. 9 (1957), 318-339 (with E.M. Stein).
    6. An extension of a theorem of Marcinkiewicz and some of its applications , J. Math. Mech. 8 (1959), 263-284 (with E.M. Stein).
    7. A Derivation of the Main Results of the Theory of Hp Spaces, Rev. de la Union Mat. Argent XX (1960), 63-71.
    8. On the Theory of Harmonic Functions of Several Variables I, the Theory of Hp Spaces, Acta Mat. 103 (1960), 26-62 (with E.M. Stein).
    9. Analisis Armonico en Varias Variables, Sem. y Cursos, Univ. de Buenos Aires, 1960.
    10. Calculus, differential and integral, Encyclopaedia Brittanica, 1963.
    11. On the Picard property of lacunary power series, Studia Math. XXII (1963), 221-245 (with M. Weiss).
    12. On lacunary power series, Ark. f. Mat. 5 (1963), 1-26 (with J-P. Kahane and M. Weiss).
    13. The Hilbert transform and rearrangement of functions, Studia Math XXIII (1963), 199-204 (with R. O'Neil).
    14. Harmonic analysis, a chapter in the book MAA Studies in Mathematics, Vol.III, Math. Assoc. of Amer., 1964.
    15. Hp classes of holomorphic functions in tube domains , Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 52 (1964), 1035-1039 (with E.M. Stein and M. Weiss).
    16. The Marcinkiewicz interpolation theorem, Math. Soc. 15 (1964), 996-998 (with Richard Hunt).
    17. A kernel associated with certain multiply connected domains and its applications to factorization theorems, Studia Math. XXVIII (1966), 31-68 (with R.R. Coifman).
    18. Generalization of the Cauchy-Reimann equations and representations of the rotation group, Amer. J. Math. XC (1968), 163-196 (with E.M. Stein).
    19. Representation of compact groups and spherical harmonics , L'Enseign, Math., T. XIV, fasc.2, 1968, pp. 121-173 (with R.R. Coifman).
    20. On subharmonicity inequalitites involving solutions of generalized Cauchy-Riemann equations, Studia Math. XXXVI (1970), 77-83 (with R.R. Coifman).
    21. Complex methods in harmonic analysis, Amer. Math. Monthly 77 (1970), 465-474.
    22. Theoremes sur les multiplicateurs de Fourier sur SU(2) et å2, C.R. Acad. Sc. Paris 271 (1970), 928-930 (with R. Coifman).
    23. A multiplier theorem for SU(2) and å 2, Revista de la Union Mat. Argentina 25 (1970) (with R. Coifman).
    24. Introduction to Fourier analysis on Euclidean spaces, Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ. 1971 (with E.M. Stein).
    25. Analyse Harmonique non Commutative sur Certains Espaces Homogens , Lecture notes in Mathematics, Springer-Verlag, No. 242, Berlin, 1971 (with RR. Coifman).
    26. Invariant systems of conjugate harmonic functions associated with compact Lie groups, Studia Math. XLIV (1972), 301-308 (with R.R. Coifman).
    27. Symmetric spaces, short courses presented at Washington University , edited jointly with W. Boothby, Marcel-Dekker, New York, 1972.
    28. Operators associated with representations of amenable groups, singular integrals induced by ergodic flows, the rotation method and multipliers , Studia Math. XLVII (1973), 285-303 (with R.R. Coifman).
    29. Operators transferred by representations of an amenable group , a chapter in A.M.S. Proceedings entitled "Harmonic Analysis on Homogeneous Spaces", C.C. Moore, Editor, 1973, p. 369-372 (with R.R. Coifman).
    30. Weak*-Dirichlet algebras by the ergodic Hilbert transform , a chapter in Lecture Notes in Mathematics, Springer-Verlag, No. 336, 1972, pp. 20-27.
    31. Central multiplier theorems for compact Lie groups, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. 80 (1974), 124-126 (with R.R. Coifman).
    32. Maximal functions and Hp spaces defined by ergodic transformations, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 70 (1973), 1761-1763 (with R.R. Coifman).
    33. Harmonic analysis on compact groups, a chapter in the M.A.A. Study, Vol. 13, "Studies in Harmonic Analysis", J.M. Ash, Editor, 1976, pp. 198-223.
    34. Extensions of Hardy Spaces and their use in analysis, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. 83 (1977), 569-645 (with R.R. Coifman).
    35. Factorization theorems for Hardy Spaces in several variables , Ann. of Math. 103 (1976), 611-635 (with R.R. Coifman).
    36. Factorization theorems for Hardy spaces of complex spheres , Proc. of Symposia in Pure Mathematics, XXX, Amer. Math. Soc., Providence, RI, 1977, pp. 119-121 (with R.R. Coifman and R. Rochberg).
    37. Transference methods in analysis, (CBMS-AMS Regional Conference monograph No. 31), American Mathematical Society, Providence, RI, 1977 (with R.R. Coifman).
    38. Some examples of transference methods in harmonic analysis , Proceedings of the Conference in Harmonic Analysis sponsored by Instituto Nazionale di Alta Matematica, Rome, Italy, Vol. XXII, Academic Press, London, 1977, pp. 33-45 (with R. Coifman).
    39. Applications of transference: The Lp version on Von Neumann's inequality and the Littlewood-Paley-Stein theory, Linear Spaces and Approximation, P.L. Butzer and B. Sz-Nagy, Editors, ISNM, Birhauser Verlag, Basel (1978), pp. 53-67.
    40. Review of Littlewood-Paley and Multiplier Theory, by Edwards and Gaudry, Bull. Amer. Math. Soc. 84 (1978), 242-250 (with R.R. Coifman).
    41. Proceedings of symposia in pure mathematics, "AMS Summer Research Institute" Williams College, Vol. XXXV, Parts 1-2 (1979), edited jointly with S. Wainger.
    42. Some problems in the theory of Hardy spaces, Proc. of Symp. in Pure Math., Vol. XXXV, Part1, A.M.S., 1979, pp.189-200.
    43. A characterization of H1(S n-1), Proc. of Symp. in Pure Math., Vol. XXXV, Part1, A.M.S., 1979, pp. 289-294 (with Fulvio Ricci).
    44. The molecular characterization of Hardy spaces, Prof. of Symp. in Pure Math., Vol. XXXV, Part1, A.M.S., 1979, pp. 281-288 (with M. Taibleson).
    45. Complex interpolation for families of Banach spaces, Proc. of Symp. in Pure Math., Vol XXXV, Part 2, A.M.S., 1979, pp. 262-282 (with M. Cwickel, R. Coifman, R.Rochberg and Y. Sagher).
    46. The complex method for interpolation of operators acting in families of Banach spaces, Euclidean Harmonic Analysis, Proc., Univ. of Maryland, 1979, J.J. Benedetto, Editor, Lecture Notes in Math, Vol. 779, Springer-Verlag, 1980, pp. 123-153 (with M. Cwickel, R.R. Coifman, R. Rochberg and Y.Sagher).
    47. The molecular characterization of Hardy spaces, Asterique, Vol. 77, 1980, Soc. Mat. Fr., pp.67-149 (with M. Taibleson).
    48. Proceedings of Harmonic Analysis Seminar, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, edited jointly with F. Ricci, Supple. Rendiconti Circ. Mat. di Palermo, No. 1, 1981.
    49. Weak type estimates for maximal operators on certain H p classes, Proc., Harmonic Analysis Seminar, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, April, 1980, F. Ricci and G. Weiss, Editors, Supple. Rendiconti Circ. Mat., Palermo n.1, 1981, pp.81-97 (with E.M. Stein and M. Taibleson).
    50. Complex interpolation of subspaces of Banach spaces, Proc., Harmonic Analysis Seminar, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, April, 1980, F. Ricci and G. Weiss, Editors, Supple Rendiconti Circ. Mat. Palermo, n.1, 1981, pp.179-186 (with R. Rochberg).
    51. Proceedings of Harmonic Analysis Seminar edited jointly with F. Ricci, Lecture Notes in Mathematics, Springer-Verlag, No. 908, 1982.
    52. Certain function spaces connected with almost everywhere convergence of Fourier series, Conference on Harmonic analysis in honor of Antoni Zygmund, Edited by W. Beckner, A.P. Calderón, R. Fefferman, P.W. Jones, Wadsworth Math. Series, 1983, pp.95-113 (with M. Taibleson).
    53. On the almost everywhere convergence of Bochner-Riesz means of multiple Fourier series, Proc. of the April, 1981, Harmonic Analysis Conference held at the Univ. of Minnesota, Lecture Notes in Math., Vol. 908, Springer-Verlag, 1982, pp. 311-318 (with Lu Shan-zhen and M. Taibleson).
    54. A theory of complex interpolation for families of Banach spaces , Advances in Mathematics, Vol. 43, 1982, pp.203-229 (with M. Cwikel, R.R. Coifman, R. Rochberg, and Y. Sagher).
    55. Elementary characterizations of the Morrey-Campanato spaces , Proceedings of the July, 1982, Harmonic Analysis Conference held in Cortona, Italy, Lecture Notes in Math., Vol. 992, Springer-Verlag (1983), pp. 101-114 (with Svante Janson and Mitchell Taibleson).
    56. Derivatives of analytic families of Banach spaces, Ann. of Math. 118 (1983), 315-348 (with R. Rochberg).
    57. Some topics in complex interpolation theory, Proceedings of the bimester devoted to Harmonic Analysis at the Universities of Milano and Torino (May-June,1982) Ist. Naz. di Alta Mat., Vol. II, edited by L. de Michele and F. Ricci, Roma, 1983, pp.769-818 (with R. Rochberg).
    58. Proceedings of the Harmonic Analysis Conference held in Cortona, Italy, edited jointly with G. Mauceri and F. Ricci, Lecture notes in Mathematics, Vol. 992, Springer-Verlag, 1983.
    59. Maximal estimates for Cesaro and Riesz means on spheres , Indiana Univ. Math. J. 33 (1984), 873-889 (with L. Colzani and M. Taibleson).
    60. Some functional analytic properties of the spaces B q generated by blocks, Indiana Univ. Math. J. 39 (1985) 493-516 (with Y. Meyer and M. Taibleson).
    61. A commutator estimate obtained by real interpolation , Contribuciones Matematicas en honor de Luis Vigil, Zaragoza, 1984, pp. 247-25 (with R. Rochberg).
    62. Analytic families of Banach spaces and some of their uses , Recent progress in Fourier Analysis, Notas de Matematica, North Holland, 1985, pp. 173-202 (with R. Rochberg).
    63. Spaces generated by blocks, Probability Theory and Harmonic Analysis, J.A. Chao & W.A. Woyczynski eds., Marcel Dekker, Inc., 1986, pp. 209-225 (with M. Taibleson).
    64. Espacios generados por bloques, published by the Universidad de Extremadura, Spain (1986), pp. 1-90.
    65. Commutator and other second order estimates in real interpolation theory, Arkiv. Matematik. 24 (1986), 191-219 (with B. Jawerth and R. Rochberg).
    66. Mary Catherine Bishop Weiss, A Biography, Women of Mathematics, edited by. L. S. Grinstein and P.J. Campbell, Greenwod Press, New York, 1987, pp. 236-240.
    67. Interpolation of subspaces and quotient spaces by the complex method, Function Spaces and Applications, Lecture Notes in Mathematics, edited by M. Cwikel, J. Peetre, Y. Sagher, H. Wallin, Springer-Verlag, 1988, pp. 253-289 (with E. Hernández and R. Rochberg).
    68. Interpolation of quasi-normed spaces by the complex method , Function Spaces and Applications, Lecture Notes in Mathematics, edited by M. Cwikel, J. Peetre, Y. Sagher, H. Wallin, Springer-Verlag, 1988, pp. 91-98 (with R. Rochberg, A. Tabacco Vignati, M. Vignati).
    69. The T1 theorem for Tirebel-Lizorkin spaces, Harmonic Analysis and Partial Differentail Equations, J. García-Cuerva ed., Lecture Notes in Mathematics, Springer-Verlag, Vol. 1384, 1989, pp.168-181 (with M. Frazier, Y.-S. Han, and B. Jawerth).
    70. Calderón-Zygmund operators on Triebel-Lizorkin spaces , MSRI #02221-88 (Berkeley), March, 1988, pp. 1-42 (with M. Frazier).
    71. The boundedness of Calderón-Zygmund operators on the spaces Fpa,q, Rev. Mat. Iberoamericana, 4 (1988), 41-72 (with M. Frazier and R. Torres).
    72. The theory of spaces generated by blocks, Beijing Normal Univ. Series, 1989, pp. 1-59 (with S.-J. Lu and M. Taibleson).
    73. Review of "weighted norm inequalities and related topics" by J. García-Cuerva and J.L. Rubio de Francia, "Real-variable methods in harmonic analysis", by A. Torchinsky, Bull. Amer. Math. soc. 20 (1989), 198-207.
    74. A simple example of transference, "Analysis and Partial Differential Equations," C. Sadosdy ed., Vol.122, Lect. Notes in Pure and Applied Mathematics, M. Dekker, Pub., New York, 1990, pp. 347-354 (with F. Soria and A. Zaloznik).
    75. Littlewood-Paley theory and Î -families of operators, Colloquium Mathematicum, 50/51, 1990, pp.1-39 (with Y.-S. Han, B. Jawerth, M. Taibleson).
    76. Littlewod-Paley theory function spaces and the study of function spaces, CBMS-AMS Regional Conference Monograph , No. 79, AMS, 1991, pp. 1-132 (with M. Frazier and B. Jawerth).
    77. Characterization of Lipschitz spaces via the commutator operator of Coifman, Rochberg, and Weiss, (with M. Paluszynski and M. Taibleson), Revista de la Union Matemática Argentina 37 (1991).
    78. Local sine and cosine bases of Coifman and Meyer and the construction of smooth wavelets, (with P. Auscher and M.V. Wickerhauser), a chapter in "Wavelets. A tutorial in Theory and Application", C.K. Chui (ed), Acad. Press (1992), pp. 237-256.
    79. Function spaces on spaces of homogeneous type, Essays on Harmonic Analysis in Honor of Elias M. Stein, Princeton Math. Series No. 42 (1995) pp. 211-24 (with Y.-S. Han).
    80. Antoni Zygmund, A Homage, J. Geom. Analysis 3 (1993) 529-531.
    81. Band-limited wavelets J. Geom. Analysis 3 (1993) 543-578 (with A. Bonami and F. Soria).
    82. Weighted weak type estimates involving spaces generated by blocks , with (S.J. Lu), Approximation Theory and Its Applications (New Series) 10 (Published by Peking University) (1994), 58-64.
    83. A remark on singular integrals and power weights, Indiana J. Math. 43 (1994), 187-204 (with F. Soria).
    84. A New Atomic Decomposition for the Triebel-Lizorkin Spaces , Contemporary Mathematics 189 (1995), 235-249 (with Y.-S. Han and M. Paluszynski).
    85. Transference Couples and Their Application to Convolution Operators and Maximal Operators, Interaction Between Functional Analysis, Harmonic Analysis, and Probability, Proceedings of the June 1994 meeting at the University of Missouri, Columbia. M. Dekker, publisher (1995), 69-84 (with E. Berkson and M. Paluszynski).
    86. Wavelets obtained by Continuous Deformations of the Haar Wavelet , Revista Iberoamericana 12, No.1 (1996), 1-18 (with A. Bonami and S. Durand).
    87. Transference of Multilinear Operators, (with L. Grafakos), Illinois Journal of Mathematics 40, No. 2 (1996), 344-351.
    88. Smoothing Minimally Supported Frequency (MSF) Wavelets, Part I, J. Fourier Anal. and Appl. 2, No. 4 (1996) 329-340 (with E. Hernández and X. Wang).
    89. Smoothing Minimally Supported Frequency (MSF) Wavelets, Part II, J. Fourier Anal. and Appl. 3, No. 1, (1997), 23-41 (with E. Hernández and X. Wang).
    90. A First Course In Wavelets , CRC press (1996), 512 pages (with E. Hernández).
    91. The Calderón Reproducing Formula and Frames (with Y. Han and D. Weiland), to appear in the Memoirs of the A.M.S.
    92. A Wavelet Characterization of Fourier Multipliers, (with E. Berkson and M. Paluszynski), Proc. of the A.M.S. 125, No. 8, (1997), 2395-2399.
    93. Characterization of Wavelets, Scaling Functions and Wavelets Associated with Multiresolution Analyses, (with E. Hernández and X. Wang), Isreal Math. Conf. Proceedings (conference held in the Technion, Haifa, 1996), Vol. 13, AMS publication (1999), 51-87.
    94. Characterization of Functions that Generate Wavelet and Related Expensions, (with M. Frazier, G. Garrigós and K. Wang), J. of Fourier Anal. and Appl. 3 (1997), 883-906.
    95. Transference Couples and Weighted Maximal Extimates (with E. Berkson and M. Paluszynski), Harmonic Analysis and Partial Differential Equations: Essays in Honor of Alberto Calderón, Edited by M. Christ, C. Kenig, C. Sadosky, Univ. of Chicago Press.
    96. The j -transform and wavelet characterizations of Herz-type spaces (with D. Yang and E. Hernández). Colectanea Matematica 47 No.3 (1996), 285-320.
    97. Basic Properties of Wavelets (Wutam Consortium Publication), J. of Fourier Anal. and Appl. 4, Issue 4 (1998) 575-594.
    98. The Characterization of Wavelets and Related Functions , Functional Analysis V, Univ of Aarhus Publication Series (Math) 44 (1998), 113-126.
    99. The Characterization of Low Pass Filters and Some Basic Properties of Wavelets, Scaling Functions and Related Concepts, (with M. Papadakis and H. Sikic),J. Four. Anal. and Appl., Vol. 5, Issue 5, (1999), 495-521.
    100. The Behaviour at the Origin of a Class of Band-Limited Wavelets , (with L. Brandolini, G. Garrigós and Z. Rzeszotnik), in Functional harmonic analysis of wavelets and frames, Contemporary Mathematics, v. 247 (1999), 75-91.
    101. Generalized low pass filters and MRA Frame Wavelets (with M. Paluszynski, H. Sikic, S. Xiao), Journal of Geometric Analysis, Vol. 11, No. 2 (2001), 311-371.
    102. Band-limited wavelets, Fourier analysis and partial differential equations, (with A. Bonami and F. Soria),  Proceedings of a meeting in El Escorial, CRC Press (1995), 21-56.
    103. Alberto Pedro Calderón (1920-1998), Notices of the American Mathematical Society 45, No.9 (1998), 1152-1153.
    104. The Mathematical Theory of Wavelets, (with E. Wilson), Twentieth Century Harmonic Analyses--A Celebration. J.S. Byrnes (ed.), Kluwer Academic Publishers (2001), 329-366.
    105. Characterization of General Tight Wavelet Frames with Matrix Dilations and Tightness Preserving Oversampling, (with C.K. Chui, W. Czaja, M. Maggioni). The J. of Four. Analysis and Applications, Vol. 8, Issue 2, 2002
    106. A Characterization of the Higher Dimensional Groups Associated with Continuous Wavelets, (with R. Laugesen, E. Wilson, and N. Weaver), The J. of Geom. Analysis, Vol. 12, No. 1 (2002), 89-102
    107. Affine, Quasi-Affine and Co-Affine Wavelets, (with P. Gressman, D. Labate, E. Wilson), "Beyond Wavelets" J. Stoeckler and G. V. Welland (Eds), Academic Press. (2002)
    108. A Unified Characterization of Reproducing Systems Generated by a Finite Family, II, (with E. Hernandez,  D. Labate), The J. of Geom. Analysis, Vol. 12, No. 4 (2002), 615-662
    109. Tight frame wavelets, their dimension functions, MRA tight frame wavelets and connectivity properties, (with M.Paluszynski, H. Sikic, S. Xiao),  Adv. in Comp. Math. 18 (2003), 297-327.
    110. Connectivity in the Set of Tight Frame Wavelets, (with G. Garrigos, E. Hernandez, H. Sikic, F. Soria, E.N. Wilson), will appear in Glasnik Matematicki, Vol. 38, No. 1 (June, 2003).
    111. Oversampling, Quasi Affine Frames and Wave Packets, (with E. Hernandez, D. Labate, E.N. Wilson), will appear in Appl. and Computational Harmonic Analysis in 2003.
    112. An approach to the study of wave packet systems, (with D. Labate, E. N. Wilson), Contemporary Mathematics, vol 345, 2004.
    113. Wavelets with composite dilations,(with K. Guo, D. Labate, E. Wilson), Elect Res Announc. of AMS 10 (2004), 78-87.
    114. Examples of wavelets with composite dilations, (with D. Labate), proceedings of a symposium dedicated to M. De Guzman, Univ Complutense de Madrid, (2005).
    115. The theory of wavelets with composite dilations, (with K. Guo, W. Lim, D. Labate, E. Wilson), "Fundamental Papers in Wavelet Theory, C.Heil and D. F. Walnut, eds., Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ, (2006).
    116. Wavelets with composite dilations and their MRA properties, (with K. Guo, D. Labate, W. Lim, E. Wilson), Appl. Comput. Harmonic Anal, Vol. 20 (2006), 231-249.
    117. Some simple Haar-type wavelets in higher dimensions, (with I. Krishtal, B. Robinson, E. N. Wilson), Journal of Geom. Anal. Vol. 17, No. 1(2006)
    118. The Zak Transform,(E. Hernandez, H. Sikic, G. Weiss, E.Wilson), Fourier Analysis and Convexity, 151-157, Appl. Numer. Harmon. Anal., Birhauser, Boston, MA,2011.
    119. On the properties of the integer translates of a square integrable function. (E. Hernandez, H. Sikic, G. Weiss, E. Wilson), Contemporary Mathematics, Vol. 505, (2010) 233-249.
    120. Cyclic subspaces for unitary representations of LCA groups: generalized Zak transforms. (E. Hernandez, H. Sikic, G. Weiss, E. Wilson), Colloq. Math. 118 no. 1, (2010) 313-332.
    121. A Panorama of Sampling Theory, (Kabe Moen, Hrvoje Sikic, Guido Weiss, Edward Wilson), to appear in a volumn, editted by John Benedetto in 2012.
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