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English translation: wavelet

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09:58 Sep 21, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Spanish term or phrase: ondicula
Within the context of an offshore seismological survey.
guillen
United States
Local time: 00:15
English translation:wavelet
Explanation:
"Ondicula" is Latin and its literal translation is "wavelet". Wavelets are used in the mathematical analysis of seismic signals. Perhaps some mathematicians could describe it more technically. See the link below. Also, a search for "ondicula" on Google.com will bring you to some Spanish links for "ondicula", describing essentially the same thing.


Good luck!!!

Alvin
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nanot LatinAlvin Adams, Jr
nawaveletAlvin Adams, Jr


  

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15 mins
wavelet


Explanation:
"Ondicula" is Latin and its literal translation is "wavelet". Wavelets are used in the mathematical analysis of seismic signals. Perhaps some mathematicians could describe it more technically. See the link below. Also, a search for "ondicula" on Google.com will bring you to some Spanish links for "ondicula", describing essentially the same thing.


Good luck!!!

Alvin


    Reference: http://www.cwi.nl/~pauldz/wvl/wavelets.html
Alvin Adams, Jr
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57 mins
not Latin


Explanation:
My first answer was partly in error; "ondicula" is not Latin, but Spanish. The Latin word would be "undicula". It's still a wavelet, however.


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