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Paper: Multiscale Characterization of Eruptive Events
Volume: 397, First Results From Hinode
Page: 162
Authors: Byrne, J.P.; Young, C.A.; Gallagher, P.T.; McAteer, R.T.J.
Abstract: Image processing plays an important role in the analysis of data from space-based instruments. With the large volumes of information currently available from missions such as Hinode and STEREO, our aim is to produce computationally fast methods for extracting features of interest (e.g. loops, filaments, waves and eruptions). Multiscale image processing methods enable us to study these features as a function of scale. Here we describe these methods, and use them to study the multiscale properties of a coronal mass ejection (CME) observed by SOHO/LASCO, and briefly discuss the implications for Hinode.
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