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Old   June 3, 2006, 21:46
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At present, I meet with a problem that how to deal with the gas-liquid signal.This signal I obtain from hot-wire anemometer. I want to deconcatenation the gas-liquid signal in order to compute the local liquid holdup, and I know the wavelet method can do it. But I hardly know about wavelet knowledge. Can any one help me? thanks !

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