ExLibris header image
Contains information about title and source of a journal
Title: Density of Gabor Frames
Source:

Applied and computational harmonic analysis [1063-5203] Christensen, Ole yr:1999 vol:7 iss:3 pg:292 -304

Contains list of services for current record
Full Text
service type icon, opens target in new window
  Available from 1995 volume: 2 issue:1
  Available from 1993 volume: 1 issue:1 until 1994 volume: 1 issue:4
service type icon, opens target in new window
  Available from 1995 volume: 2 issue:1
  Available from 1993 volume: 1 issue:1 until 1994 volume: 1 issue:4
service type icon, opens target in new window
  Available from 1993
  Most recent 4 year(s) not available
Full text
service type icon, opens target in new window
  Note:Fulltext may not always be available through DTU Library
Citation information
service type icon, opens target in new window
service type icon, opens target in new window
service type icon, opens target in new window
Web Service
service type icon, opens target in new window
Users interested in this article also expressed an interest in the following:
1. DeChurch, L. "Conflict Frames and the Use of Deception." Journal of applied social psychology 35.10 (2005): 2123-2149. Link to SFX for this item
2. Stibel, J. "Increasing productivity through framing effects for interactive consumer choice." Cognition technology and work 7.1 (2005): 63-68. Link to SFX for this item
3. Fuselli, S. "A cross-category examination of consumer price awareness in financial and non-financial services." Journal of financial services marketing 10.2 (2005): 125-139. Link to SFX for this item
4. Bendoly, E. "Service and cost benefits through clicks-and-mortar integration: Implications for the centralization/decentralization debate." European journal of operational research 180.1 (2007): 426-442. Link to SFX for this item
5. Stibel, JM M. "Mental models and online consumer behaviour." Behaviour & information technology 24.2 (2005): 147-150. Link to SFX for this item
6. Haider-Markel, Donald P. "GUN POLICY, OPINION, TRAGEDY, AND BLAME ATTRIBUTION: THE CONDITIONAL INFLUENCE OF ISSUE FRAMES." The journal of politics 63.2 (2001): 520-543. Link to SFX for this item
View More...
View Less...
Select All Clear All
Abstract
service type icon, opens target in new window
  Available from 1993
Reference
service type icon, opens target in new window
Web Search
service type icon, opens target in new window
 
 
 
service type icon, opens target in new window
service type icon, opens target in new window
 
 
 
  Note:Free full text available for some or all content


Systematic downloading and storing of data (including entire books or journals) is strictly prohibited.
More info can be found here.

© 2014 SFX by Ex Libris Inc.
CrossRef Enabled