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Fourier and Wavelet Analysis, Data Compression and Compressive Sampling

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Dozenten Prof. C. Schwab, Prof. W. Petersen
Ort HG E 33.1
Zeit Mo 15:00 - 17:00
Vorbesprechung Mo 24.09.2007, 13:15 - 14:00
HG G 58.1
Kontakt Norbert Hilber
Nils Reich
Zielgruppe From 3rd semester math students to (graduate) students in applied math and RW/CSE.
Beschreibung Since their original discovery in mid 80s in the processing of seismic data, wavelet transforms have become indispensable tools in engineering (signal and image processing and denoising, A/D conversion, MP-3, etc.), as well as in mathematics (harmonic analysis, function spaces, etc.), generalizing the classical Fourier transform methods.

This (pro-) seminar will allow students in the 3rd semester a first look at this fascinating and very lively area of applied and computational mathematics; you will need background from analysis and linear algebra as well as some numerical methods for it.
Literatur [1] " Wavelets -- eine Einfuehrung", Ch. Blatter, 2. Aufl., Vieweg Publ., 2003.
[2] " Ten Lectures on Wavelets", Ingrid Daubechies, SIAM Books, 1992.
[3] "Image and Video Compression for Multimedia Engineering. Fundamentals, Algorithms and Standards" Yun Q. Shi & Huifang Sun, CRC Press, 2000.
[4] " Data Compression. The Complete Reference", David Salomon, Springer, 2006.
Besonderes A student should take one particular topic, prepare a lecture, then write a more detailed description about it. An implementation in MatLab of a procedure, plus a description and lecture, would also be welcome.

Graduate students in applied math and RW/CSE are also invited, but more advanced material from them would be expected.

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