Starodub has worked with FHWA to study many problems. Based on the positive reception in the highway community known for its traditionally conservative approach, most Government agencies, in research, development, and operations, may benefit from this product with a reduced learning curve with the proper exposure to this technology. Starodub shall focus its marketing effort on illustrating the software with solutions from NASA applications output from this SBIR project and from a plethora of applications previously developed and revisited in the new analysis method. The current list of potential non-NASA application areas includes non-destructive evaluation for structural health monitoring in highway infrastructure, vibration, speech, and acoustic signal analyses. Starodub and its team propose to develop a 2D isotropic adaptive decomposition method over the first two phases that will exceed the performance of spherical harmonics methods and other 2D decomposition approach, addressing previous limitations. Phase I will have focused on the GRACE data. The new methods discussed in the work plan are generally applicable to most 2D data that capture non-linear, transient signal components embedded in noise and other signals. The current and potential NASA applications are GRACE II, GRAIL, GRACE MARS, ICESAT, the analysis of waveform LiDAR data, non-destructive evaluation for structural health monitoring, and vibration analysis of NASA equipment.