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Applied harmonic analysis and sparse approximation. Abstracts from the workshop held June 10–16, 2012. (English) Zbl 1349.00127
Summary: Applied harmonic analysis and sparse approximation are highly active research areas with a lot of recent exciting developments. Their methods have become crucial for a wide range of applications in technology and science, such as signal and image processing. Understanding of the underlying mathematics has grown vastly. Interestingly, there are a lot of connections to other fields, such as convex optimization, probability theory and Banach space geometry. Yet, many problems in these areas remain unsolved or even unattacked. The workshop intended to bring together world leading experts in these areas, to report on recent developments, and to foster new developments and collaborations.
MSC:
00B05 Collections of abstracts of lectures
00B25 Proceedings of conferences of miscellaneous specific interest
42-06 Proceedings, conferences, collections, etc. pertaining to harmonic analysis on Euclidean spaces
65-06 Proceedings, conferences, collections, etc. pertaining to numerical analysis
65Txx Numerical methods in Fourier analysis
94Axx Communication, information
65K05 Numerical mathematical programming methods
15B52 Random matrices (algebraic aspects)
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