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SUMMARY:Webinar on Chromatic Derivatives and Applications
DESCRIPTION:Chromatic derivatives are special\, numerically robust differential operators which preserve spectral features of a signal; the associated chromatic expansions\, when truncated\, provide approximations which accurately capture local features of a signal. For this reason they allow digital processing of continuous time signals often superior to processing of discrete samples of such signals. We present the motivation for introducing these notions\, their main properties and mention some of their applications.\n\n\nAbout the Speaker\n\n\nAleksandar Ignjatovic received the PhD degree in mathematical logic from the University of California\, Berkeley. He is an Associate Professor in the School of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of New South Wales\, Australia. His current research interests include approximation theory\, sampling theory and applied harmonic analysis\, algorithm design and applications of mathematical logic to computational complexity theory.\n\nStay Tuned! \nRegister Now! \nhttp://edu.ieee.org/lk-uomsps/cd/ \n \n
URL:https://edu.ieee.org/lk-uomsps/event/webinar-on-chromatic-derivatives-and-applications/
LOCATION:Online – Zoom Meeting
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