Saturday, March 07, 2015

Saturday Morning Videos: February Fourier Talks 2015 Proceedings

The proceedings of the February Fourier Talks 2015 at the Norbert Wiener Center for Harmonic Analysis and Applications are out with some videos.
FFT 2015 Speakers

Norbert Wiener Colloquium (Friday Afternoon): Richard Baraniuk (Rice University)
Compressive Nonsensing

Norbert Wiener Center Distinguished Lecturer (Thursday Afternoon): Robert Calderbank (Duke University)
The Art of Measurement

Petros Boufounos Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs Coding for inference: Universal Quantization and Embeddings

Jan Ernst SIEMENS Corporation The trace model for invariant signal representations.

Loukas Grafakos University of Missouri Fractional differentiation: Leibniz meets Hölder

C. Sinan Güntürk Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences A decade of news on quantization

Ali Hirsa Columbia University Methods for Post Trade Allocation

Demetrio Labate University of Houston Directional multiscale representations for phenotypic profiling in neuronal imaging.

Deanna Needell Claremont McKenna College Recovering overcomplete sparse representations from structured sensing

Judith Packer University of Colorado Projective multiresolution structures for Hilbert modules over unital C*-algebras

Alexander Powell Vanderbilt University Error bounds for consistent reconstruction

Robert Rand NGA

Kristine Rosfjord The MITRE Corporation

Jeff Sieracki SR2 Group, Inc. Sparse Key Point Representations of Dynamic and Amorphous Structure

Eric Weber Iowa State University Spectral Properties of Hadamard Matrices

Rebecca Willett University of Wisconsin The Dark Side of Compressed Sensing

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