Szatmáry Károly publikációinak független idézettsége (821) 
Szatmáry K., Mizser A., Dömény G.: 1985, Multiple-period red variables: Y Lyncis and W Cygni,
        BAA Variable Star Section Circular No.62. 2-8.
    1. Howarth J.J.: 1991, The multi-periodicity of W Cygni, Journal British Astron. Assoc. 101, 101-106.  

Szatmáry K.
: 1987, Delta Scuti tipusú változócsillagok kettõs rendszerekben,

        Egyetemi doktori értekezés, JATE, Szeged
    1. Kovács G., Paparó M.: 1989, Photoelectric observations and analysis of the low-amplitude delta Scuti star 78 Tau,
        Monthly Not. Royal Astron. Soc. 237, 201-217.

Szatmáry K.
, Mizser A.: 1988, U Del, EU Del 1969-1986,

        Meteor 18. No.2. 40-45.
    1. Schult R.H., Lehmann T.: 1990, The long-time behaviour of U Del,
        Veröffentlichungen der Sternwarte in Sonneberg, Band 10, Heft 5, 425-428.

Szatmáry K.
: 1988, BV photometry of iota Bootis,

        Information Bulletin on Variable Stars No. 3262
    1. Rodríguez E., López de Coca P., Rolland A., Garrido R., Costa V.: 1994, Delta Scuti
        stars: a new revised list, Astronomy and Astrophysics Suppl. Ser. 106, 21.
    2. Kiss L.L.: 1995, BV photometry of the delta Scuti star iota Bootis,
        Information Bulletin on Variable Stars No. 4237
    3. Zhou Ai-Ying: 1999, The single frequency solution of the delta Scuti star iota Boo,
        Delta Scuti Star Newsletter 13, 7-8., July 1999
    4. Rodríguez E., López-González M.J., López de Coca P.: 2000, A revised catalogue
        of d Sct stars, Astronomy and Astrophysics Suppl. Ser. 144, 469-474.
    5. Rodríguez E., López-González M.J., López de Coca P.: 2000, A list of d Scuti Stars and
        their associated parameters, in: Delta Scuti and Related Stars, eds.: M. Breger and
        M.H. Montgomery, ASP Conf. Ser. Vol. 210, pp. 499-571. (refs. to Table 1)

Mizser A., Szatmáry K., Tepliczky I.: 1990, Some results of Hungarian variable star observers,

        "First European Meeting of the AAVSO" Brussels, Journal of AAVSO 19, No.1. 47-51.
    1. Speil J.: 2006, Period analysis of the light curves of three semiregular variables: AA Cygni,
        U Delphini, and RX Bootis, Journal of AAVSO, 35, No. 1, 88-90.

Szatmáry K.
: 1990, Pulsating variable stars in binary systems,

        "First European Meeting of the AAVSO" Brussels, Journal of AAVSO 19, No.1, 52-56.
    1. Wolf M.: 1990, Light-time effect in eclipsing binaries, Journal of AAVSO 19, No.1, 17-19.
    2. Dahm M.: 1992, RW Arietis - bedeckungsveränderlich oder nicht?, BAV Rundbrief Nr.2, 62-68.
    3. Kinman T.D., Carretta E.: 1992, DS metallicities of 35 field RR Lyrae stars and the nature of BB Vir and AR Her, Publ. Astron. Soc. Pacific 104, 111-120.
    4. Rodríguez E., López de Coca P., Rolland A., Garrido R., Costa V.: 1994,
        Delta Scuti stars: a new revised list, Astronomy and Astrophysics Suppl. Ser. 106, 21.
    5. Garcia J.R., Cebral J.R., Scoccimarro E.R., Wahnon P., Arena R., Bazterra V., Pellizza L.,
        Risi A., Rodriguez M.L., Zimmermann M.:1995, A catalogue of variable stars in the lower instability strip, Astron. Astrophys. Suppl. 109, 201-262. (refs. in Table 6)
    6. Rodríguez E., López-González M.J., López de Coca P.: 2000, A revised catalogue of d Sct stars, Astronomy and Astrophysics Suppl. Ser. 144, 469-474.
    7. Lampens P., Boffin H.M.J.: 2000, Delta Scuti stars in stellar systems: a review,
        in: Delta Scuti and Related Stars,  Eds. M. Breger and M.H. Montgomery, ASP Conf. Ser. Vol. 210, p.309-331.
    8. Rodríguez E., López-González M.J., López de Coca P.: 2000, A list of d Scuti Stars and
        their associated parameters, in: Delta Scuti and Related Stars, eds.: M. Breger and M.H. Montgomery, ASP Conf. Ser. Vol. 210, pp. 499-571 (refs. to Table 1)
    9. Lampens P.: 2002, Observational aspects of two delta Scuti variables in binaries or multiple stars: theta-2 Tau and RS Cha, in: Observational Aspects of Pulsating
        B & A Stars, Eds.: C. Sterken & D.W. Kurtz, ASP Conf. Series, 256, 149-155.
   10. Gamarova A.Yu., Mkrtichian D.E., Hatzes A.P., Lehmann H.: 2002, Eclipsing binary
        systems with pulsating components, talk on COROT Week No.3, 4-7 Dec 2002, Liege,
        http://www.astro.ulg.ac.be/orientation/asterosis/week3/texte/apwg_gamorova.ppt
   11. Szabados L.: 2003, Variable star research with small telescopes, in: The Future of Small
        Telescopes in the New Millennium, Vol. III, ed. T.D. Oswalt, ASSL 289, 207-223.
   12. Weiss W.W., Aerts C., Aigrain S., Alecian G., Antonello E., Baglin A. et al.: 2004, Additional science potential for COROT,
         In: Second Eddington Workshop: Stellar structure and habitable planet finding, 9-11 April 2003, Palermo, Italy. Eds. F. Favata, S. Aigrain and A. Wilson,
         ESA SP-538, Noordwijk: ESA Publ. Division, pp. 435-444.
   13. Liska J., Skarka M., Mikulasek Z., Zejda M., Chrastina M.: 2016, New analysis of the light time effect in TU Ursae Majoris,
         Astronomy and Astrophysics, 589, A94, 13 pp.  [arXiv:1502.03331]
   14. Liska J., Skarka M., Zejda M., Mikulasek Z, de Villiers S.N.: 2016, Cyclic variations in O-C diagrams of field RR Lyrae stars as a result of LiTE,
         Monthly Notices of Royal Astron. Soc., 459 (4), 4360-4377. [arXiv:1504.05246]
   15. Liakos A., Niarchos P.: 2017, Catalogue and properties of delta Scuti stars in binaries, Monthly Notices of Royal Astron. Soc.,
         465 (1), 1181-1200. [arXiv:1611.00200]
   16. Qian S.-B., Li L.-J., He J.-J., Zhang J., Zhu L.-Y., Shi X.-D., Zhao E.-G., Han Z.-T.: 2017, LAMOST views δ Scuti pulsating stars,
         in press   [arXiv:1707.04006]

Hegedüs T., Szatmáry K., Vinkó J.: 1992, Light curve and O-C diagram analysis of
  RZ Cassiopeiae,
        Astrophysics and Space Science 187, 57-74.
    1. Narusawa S., Okyudo M.: 1993, CCD photometric observations of primary
        minima of the eclipsing binary system RZ Cas, Ann. Rep. Nishi-Harima Astron. Obs. 3, 11-14.
    2. Narusawa S., Nakamura Y., Yamasaki A.: 1994, A photometric study
        of the active Algol system RZ Cassiopeiae, Astronomical Journal 107, 1141-1148.
    3. Maxted P.F.L., Hill G., Hilditch R.W.: 1994, Studies of early-type variable stars.
        11. Absolute parameters of the algol system RZ Cassiopeiae, Astronomy and Astrophysics 282, 821-830.
    4. Kiss L.L., Gál J., Kaszás G.: 1995, New times of eclipsing binaries VW Cep,
        U Cep and RZ Cas, Information Bulletin on Variable Stars No.4181
    5. Narusawa S., Arai K., Nagai K., Ohmori S., Fujii M., Yasuda T.: 1997, Photometric
        observations of the primary minimum of the active Algol binary RZ Cassiopeiae, Information Bulletin on Variable Stars No.4502
    6. Hill J., Osborn W.: 1997, BVRI Observations of an eclipse of RZ Cas, Information Bulletin on Variable Stars No.4509
    7. Demircan O.: 1997, Interaction of eclipsing binaries with their environment,
        Proc. "The Interaction of Stars with their Environment", Visegrád 1996,
        Eds. V.L. Tóth, M. Kun and L. Szabados, Budapest, Commun. Konkoly Obs. Hung. Acad. Sci. No.100, 397-405.
    8. Varricatt W.P., Ashok N.M., Chandrasekhar T.: 1998, Near-infrared photometric
        studies of RZ Cassiopeiae, Astronomical Journal 116, 1447-1460.
    9. Umana G., Leto P., Trigilio C., Hjellming R.M., Catalano S.: 1999, The radio spectrum
        of Algol-type systems: RZ Cassiopeiae, Astronomy and Astrophysics 342, 709-716.
   10. Demircan O.: 2000, Period changes as a tool to study unseen components around eclipsing
         binaries, Proc. "Variable Stars as Essential Astrophysical Tools", NATO ASI, Ed. C. Ibanoglu, pp. 615-622, Kluwer Acad. Publ.
   11. Kreiner J.M., Kim C-H., Nha I-S.: 2001, An Atlas of O-C Diagrams of Eclipsing Binary Stars, Wydawnictwo Naukowe AP, Kraków
   12. Rodriguez E., Garcia J.M., Mkrtichian D.E., Costa V., Kim S.-L., López-González M.J.,
         Hintz E., Kusakin A.V., Gamarova A.Y., Lee J.W., Youn J.-H., Janiashvili E.B., Garrido R.,
         Moya A., Kanget Y.W.: 2004, Delta Sct-type pulsations in eclipsing binary systems: RZ Cas,
         Monthly Notices of Royal Astron. Soc. 347, 1317-1326.
   13. Golovin A.V., Pavlenko E.P.: 2005, On the question of the behavior of O-C residuals of the
         active Algol-like binary RZ Cassiopeiae, in Proc. "12th Young Scientists' Conference on Astronomy
         and Space Physics", Kyiv, Ukraine, April 19-23, 2005, Eds.: Simon A. and Golovin A., Kyiv University Press, p. 62
         Journal of AAVSO 34, 46-53.
   14. Narusawa S., Ozaki S., Okyudo M., Takano R., Nakamura Y.: 2006, Ha observations of the
         Algol-type binary RZ Cassiopeiae, Publ. Astron. Soc. Pacific, 118, 809-813.
   15. Zakirov M.M.: 2010, Close binary systems in multiple stars: III. Eclipsing variables with LITE effect,
         Kinematics and Physics of Celestial Bodies, 26, 269-301.
   16. Khaliullina A.I.: 2016, Variations in the orbital periods of the Algol-type eclipsing binaries RZ Cas and Z Dra,
        Astronomy Reports 60 (5), 517-525. (original text: Astronomicheskii Zhurnal 93 (5), 494-503.)

Szatmáry K.
, Gál J.: 1992, Wavelet analysis of some pulsating stars,
 In: Inside the Stars, IAU Colloquium No. 137, Vienna, Austria,
        Communications in Astroseismology No.43. 8/19.
        Astron. Soc. Pac. Conf. Ser. Vol.40. 761-763. 1993 Eds. W.W.Weiss and A.Baglin
    1. Scargle J.D.: 1997, Wavelet and other multi-resolution methods for time series analysis,
        Statistical Challenges in Modern Astronomy II,
        Eds. G.J.Babu and E.D.Feigelson, pp. 333-346, Springer
    2. Scargle J.D.: 1997, Wavelet methods in astronomical time series analysis,
        Appl. in Time Series Analysis in Astronomy and Meteorology,
        Eds. T. Subba Rao, M.B. Priestley and O. Lessi, pp. 226-248, Chapman & Hall

Szatmáry K.
, Vinkó J.: 1992, Periodicities of the light curve of the semiregular variable star Y Lyncis,

        Monthly Notices Royal Astron. Soc. 256, 321-328.
    1. Kolláth Z., Szeidl B.: 1993, On the irregular light variation of RU Camelopardalis,
        Astronomy and Astrophysics 277, 62-68.
    2. Feast M.W.: 1993, Reports on Astronomy pp. 262-264.
    3. Cuypers J.: 1993, Period analysis of variable stars,
        Proc. Conference on "Applications of Time Series Analysis in Astronomy and Meteorology" ed. O. Lessi, p. 139-147. Padova, Italy
    4. Cristian C.V, Donahue R.A., Soon W.H., Baliunas S.L., Henry G.W.: 1995,
        Pulsation time scales and amplitudes in a sample of bright semi-regular variable stars, Publ. Astron. Soc. Pacific 107, 411-415.
    5. Foster G.: 1996, Wavelets for period analysis of unevenly sampled time series, Astronomical Journal 112, 1709-1729.
    6. Babu G.J., Feigelson E.D.: 1996, Astrostatistics, Chapman & Hall Publ., p. 156
    7. Scargle J.D.: 1997, Wavelet and other multi-resolution methods for time series analysis,
        Statistical Challenges in Modern Astronomy II, Eds. G.J.Babu and E.D.Feigelson, pp. 333-346, Springer
    8. Scargle J.D.: 1997, Wavelet methods in astronomical time series analysis,
        Appl. in Time Series Analysis in Astronomy and Meteorology,
        Eds. T. Subba Rao, M.B. Priestley and O. Lessi, pp. 226-248, Chapman & Hall
    9. Cuypers J.: 1997, Period analysis of variable stars, Appl. in Time Series Analysis in Astronomy and Meteorology,
        Eds. T. Subba Rao, M.B. Priestley and O. Lessi, pp. 275-290, Chapman & Hall
   10. Kolláth Z., Buchler J.R.: 1997, Time-frequency analysis of variable star light curves,
         Proc. Nonlinear Signal and Image Analysis, Eds. J.R.Buchler and H.E.Kandrup,
         Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 808, 116.
   11. Bedding T.R., Zijlstra A.A., Jones A., Foster G.: 1998, Mode switching in the nearby
         Mira-like variable R Doradus, Monthly Notices of Royal Astron. Soc. 301, 1073-1082.
   12. Bijaoui A.: 1999, Wavelets and astrophysical applications, in: Wavelets in Physics,
         ed. J.C. van den Berg, Cambridge University Press, pp. 77-115.
   13. Zhou A.-Y., Qiu Y.-L.: 2003, Time evolution study of the superhumps of the dwarf
         nova 1RXS J232953.9+062814 by wavelet transform, Astrophysics and Space Science, 288, 327-339.
   14. Zhou Ai-Ying: 2004, Time-dependent behaviour of the low amplitude d Scuti star HD 52788,
         Chinese J. Astron. Astrophys. 4, 335-342.
   15. Kiss L.L., Szabó Gy.M., Bedding T.R.: 2006, Variability in red supergiant stars: pulsations,
         long secondary periods and convection noise, Monthly Notices of Royal Astron. Soc. 372, 1721-1734. (astro-ph/0608438)
   16. Blackman C.: 2008, The hunt for quasi-periodicities with wavelet and camera, PhD thesis, University of Cape Town,
         http://personal.rhul.ac.uk/UQTE/273/pdf/ThesisVWHyi.pdf
   17. Price S.D., Smith B.J., Kuchar T.A., Mizuno D.R., Kraemer K.E.: 2010, 3.6 years of DIRBE near-infrared
         stellar light curves, Astrophysical Journal Suppl. Series, 190, 203-219.
   18.  Jacques L., Duval L., Chaux C., Peyré G.: 2011, A panorama on multiscale geometric representations,
          intertwining spatial, directional and frequency selectivity, Signal Processing, 91 (12), 2699-2730. [arXiv:1101.5320v2 cs.CV]
          (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0165168411001356)

Szatmáry K.
, Gál J., Vinkó J.: 1993, Tests of wavelet analysis for periodic signals in astronomy,
        Proc. Conference on "Applications of Time Series Analysis in Astronomy and Meteorology" ed. O. Lessi, p. 251-254. Padova, Italy, 1993
    1. Scargle J.D.: 1997, Wavelet and other multi-resolution methods for time series analysis,
        Statistical Challenges in Modern Astronomy II, Eds. G.J.Babu and E.D.Feigelson, pp. 333-346, Springer
    2. Scargle J.D.: 1997, Wavelet methods in astronomical time series analysis,
        Appl. in Time Series Analysis in Astronomy and Meteorology,
        Eds. T. Subba Rao, M.B. Priestley and O. Lessi, pp. 226-248, Chapman & Hall
    3. Lanza A. F., Bonanno A., Ventura R., Rodono M.: 1998, An eclipse scanning
        technique to detect intermediate degree oscillations in binary systems with sdB components,
        Structure and Dynamics of the Interior of the Sun and Sun-like Stars SOHO 6/GONG 98
        Workshop Abstract, June 1-4, 1998, Boston, Massachusetts, p. 391-394 (ESA SP-418)

Gál J., Szatmáry K.: 1993, Search for period changes of semiregular variable stars

        with wavelet analysis, Proc. Conference on "Applications of Time Series Analysis
        in Astronomy and Meteorology" ed. O. Lessi, p. 191-194. Padova, Italy, 1993
    1. Scargle J.D.: 1997, Wavelet methods in astronomical time series analysis,
        Appl. in Time Series Analysis in Astronomy and Meteorology,
        Eds. T. Subba Rao, M.B. Priestley and O. Lessi, pp. 226-248, Chapman & Hall

Vinkó J., Szabados L., Szatmáry K.: 1993, Study of the population II Cepheid AU Pegasi,

        Astronomy and Astrophysics 279, 410-416.
    1. Dahm M.: 1995, Die variable Periode des Cepheiden AU Peg,
        BAV Rundbrief 44, Nr.1, 2-3.
    2. Zakrzewski B., Ogloza W., Moskalik P.: 2000, Fourier analysis of Hipparcos
        photometry of Cepheid variables, Acta Astronomica 50, 387-397.
    3. Wallerstein G.: 2002, The Cepheids of population II and related stars,
        Publ. Astron. Soc. Pacific 114, 689-699.
    4. Schmidt E.G., Johnston D., Langan S, Lee K.M.: 2005, Photometry of type II Cepheids.
        II. The short-period stars, Astronomical Journal 129, 2007-2017.
    5. Antipin S.V., Sokolovsky K.V., Ignatieva T.I.: 2007, TYC 1031 01262 1: The first known
        galactic eclipsing binary with a Type II Cepheid component, Monthly Notices of Royal
        Astron. Soc. 379, L60-L62. [arXiv0705.0605A]
    6. Maas T., Giridhar S., Lambert D.L.: 2007, The chemical compositions of the Type II Cepheids -
        The BL Her and W Vir variables, Astrophysical Journal 666, 378-392. [arXiv:0706.2029]
    7. Welch D.L.: 2012, Type 2 Cepheids in the Milky Way Galaxy and the Magellanic Clouds, Journal of AAVSO 40, 492-501.
        http://www.aavso.org/ejaavso401492
    8. Sipahi E., Ibanoglu C., Cakirli Ö., Evren S.: 2013, TYC 1031 1262 1: an anomalous Cepheid in a double-lined eclipsing binary,
        Monthly Notices of Royal Astron. Soc., 429 (1), 757-766.
[arXiv:1211.1200]

Vinkó J., Gál J., Szatmáry K., Kiss L.: 1993, A seasonal light curve and new ephemeris of
  VW Cephei,
        Information Bulletin on Variable Stars No.3965
    1. Arai K.: 1994, Further photoelectric observations of VW Cep in R and I,
        Information Bulletin on Variable Stars No.4086
    2. Aluigi M., Galli G., Gaspani A.: 1994, Photoelectric observations of the close eclipsing
        binary VW Cep, Information Bulletin on Variable Stars No.4117
    3. Frasca A., Sanfilippo D., Catalano S.: 1996, H alfa observations of VW Cephei,
        Astronomy and Astrophysics 313, 532-536.
    4. Jay J.E., Guinan E.F.: 1997, Photometric Observations of VW Cephei in 1996,
        Information Bulletin on Variable Stars No.4511
    5. The Hipparcos and Tycho Catalogues, 1997, ESA-SP 1200
    6. Niarchos P.G., Hric L., Manimanis V., Theodossiou: 1998, Long term BV photometry
        and spot modeling of the contact system VW Cephei, in: Proc. of the 20th Stellar
        Conference of the Czech and Slovak Astronomical Institutes, eds.: J. Dusek & M. Zejda,
        Nicholas Copernicus Observatory and Planetarium Brno, p.89-92.
    7. Rovithis-Livaniou H., Rovithis P., Dumitrescu A., Oprescu G.: 1998, Observing the VW
        Cephei variable, in: Proc. of the 29th Conference on Variable Star Research, eds.:
        J. Dusek & M. Zejda, Nicholas Copernicus Observatory and Planetarium Brno, p.188-192.
    8. Pribulla T., Chochol D., Tremko J., Parimucha S., Vanko M., Kreiner J.M.: 2000, Period
        study of the contact system VW Cep, Contrib. Astron. Obs. Skalnate Pleso, 30, p.117-139.
    9. Kang B-S., Lee Y-S., Jeong J-H.: 2000, Photometric observations and analysis of the
        W UMa type eclipsing binary VW Cep, J. of Astron. and Space Sciences 17, 19-32.

Szatmáry K.
, Vinkó J., Gál J.: 1994, Applications of wavelet analysis in variable
 star research.
        I. Properties of the wavelet map of simulated variable star light curves,

        Astronomy and Astrophysics Suppl. Ser. 108, 377-394.
    1. Lépine S., Moffat A.F.J., Henriksen R.N.: 1996, Wind inhomogeneities in Wolf-Rayet stars.
        I. Search for scaling laws using wavelet transforms, Astrophysical Journal 466, 392-403.
    2. Foster G.: 1996, Wavelets for period analysis of unevenly sampled time series,
        Astronomical Journal 112, 1709-1729.
    3. Kolláth Z., Buchler J.R.: 1997, Time-frequency analysis of of stellar light curves,
        Proc. Nonlinear Signal and Image Analysis, Eds. J.R.Buchler and H.E.Kandrup,
        Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 808, 116.
    4. Barthés D., Mattei J.A.: 1997, Time-frequency analysis and pulsation modes of
        LPV stars. I. o Ceti,  Astronomical Journal 113, 373-390.
    5. Handler G., Méndez R.H., Medupe R., Costero R., Birch P.V., Alvarez M.,
        Sullivan D.J., Kurtz D.W., Herrero A., Guerrero M.A., Ciardullo R., Breger M.: 1997,
        Variable central stars of young planetary nebulae, I. Photometric multisite observations
        of IC 418,  Astronomy and Astrophysics 320, 125-135.
    6. Hempelmann A., Donahue R.A.: 1997, Wavelet analysis of stellar differential rotation.
        I. The Sun, Astronomy and Astrophysics 322, 835-840.
    7. Scargle J.D.: 1997, Wavelet and other multi-resolution methods for time series analysis,
        Statistical Challenges in Modern Astronomy II, Eds. G.J.Babu and E.D.Feigelson, pp. 333-346, Springer
    8. Scargle J.D.: 1997, Wavelet methods in astronomical time series analysis,
        Appl. in Time Series Analysis in Astronomy and Meteorology,
        Eds. T. Subba Rao, M.B. Priestley and O. Lessi, pp. 226-248, Chapman & Hall
    9. Lehto H.J.: 1997, OJ 287: Wavelet analysis of the 3-year light curve,
        Astronomical Time Series, Eds. D.Maoz, A.Sternberg and E.M.Leibowitz, pp. 269-272, Kluwer
  10. Bedding T.R., Zijlstra A.A., Jones A., Foster G.: 1998, Mode switching in the nearby
        Mira-like variable R Doradus, Monthly Notices of Royal Astron. Soc. 301, 1073-1082.
  11. Lépine S.: 1998, Structure inhomogéne et dynamique des vents stellaires chauds par
        spectroscopie de raies d'émission, PhD thése, Université de Montréal, Canada
        [www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/obj/s4/f2/dsk1/tape11/PQDD_0016/NQ43498.pdf]
  12. Andronov I.L.: 1998, Wavelet analysis of time series by the least-squares method with
        supplementary weights, Kinematics and Physics of Celestial Bodies 14, No.6, 374-392.
  13. Andronov I.L.: 1999, Wavelet analysis of the irregularly spaced time series,
         in: Self-Similar Systems, Dubna, Russia, 1998,  Joint Inst. Nucl. Res. 57-70.
  14. Lehto H.J.: 1999, OJ 287: Cross-wavelet analysis of the OJ-94 project light curve,
        Proc. BL Lac Phenomenon, 22-26 June 1998, Turku, Finland, Eds. L.O. Takalo and
        A. Sillanpaa, ASP Conference Series 159, p. 257-260.
  15. Townsend R.H.D.: 1999, Spatial wavelet analysis of line-profile variations,
         Monthly Notices of Royal Astron. Soc. 310, 851-862.
  16. Andronov I. L.: 1999, "Red noise" from the accreting magnetic white dwarfs,
         Proc. 11th European Workshop on White Dwarfs, Eds. S.-E. Solheim and E. G. Meistas,
         ASP Conference Series 169, p.326-336.
  17. Bijaoui A.: 1999, Wavelets and astrophysical applications, in: Wavelets in Physics,
         ed. J.C. van den Berg, Cambridge University Press, pp. 77-115. (2nd ed. 2004)
  18.  Ribó M., Peracaula M., Paredes J. M., Núñez J., Otazu X.: 2001, Long-term X-ray
         variability study of SMC X-1, In: Exploring the gamma-ray universe. Proceedings of the
         Fourth INTEGRAL Workshop, 4-8 September 2000, Alicante, Spain. Ed. B. Battrick,
         Scientific eds. A. Gimenez, V. Reglero and C. Winkler. ESA SP-459, p. 333-336.
  19. Fienga A., Delouis J.M.: 2001, On the use of wavelet analysis for the fitting of a
         dynamical theory to observations, Astronomy and Astrophysics 368, 1115-1122.
  20. Percy J.R., Kastrukoff R.: 2001, Wavelet analysis of small-amplitude pulsating red giants,
         Journal of AAVSO 30, No.1, 16-22.
  21. Amaravadi Venkata K., Rao Vittal S., Koval Leslie R., Derriso Mark M.: 2001, Structural
         health monitoring using wavelet transforms, Proc. SPIE Vol. 4327, p. 258-269, Smart
        Structures and Materials 2001: Smart Structures and Integrated Systems, Ed. L. Porter Davis
  22. Amaravadi Venkata K., Mitchell Kyle, Rao Vittal S., Derriso Mark M.: 2002, Structural
        integrity monitoring of composite patch repairs using wavelet analysis and neural networks,
        Proc. SPIE Vol. 4701, p. 156-166, Smart Structures and Materials 2002: Smart Structures
        and Integrated Systems, Ed. L. Porter Davis
  23. Amaravadi Kasi, Rao Vittal, Derriso Mark: 2002, Structural integrity monitoring of bonded
        composite patch repairs of aging airframes using wavelet transforms, Structural Health Monitoring, Vol. 1, No.2, 161-184.
  24. Percy J.R., Bakos A.G., Dunlop H., Hussain A., Kassim R., Kastrukoff R., Nyssa Z.,
         Wilson J.B., Henry G.W.: 2002, Pulsating red giants: new results, in: Proc. IAU
         Colloquium 185 "Radial and Nonradial Pulsations as Probes of Stellar Physics",
         26-31 July 2001, Leuven, Belgium, eds. C. Aerts, T. Bedding and J. Christensen-Dalsgaard, ASP Conf. Series 259, 562-565.
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         Astronomy and Astrophysics 388, 540-545.
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