Unifying Different Perspectives: From Cubism to Convolution

Unifying Different Perspectives: From Cubism to Convolution

Visual perception as a fundamental sensation that shapes our understanding is of interest to science and art. 

Perceptual Image Quality Assessment by Haar Wavelet Similarity

Perceptual Image Quality Assessment by Haar Wavelet Similarity

For most image processing and transmission systems, the ultimate receiver is a human viewer.

Downwind, Faster Than the Wind

A regular sailboat cannot exceed wind speed when going dead downwind, i.e., exactly in the wind’s direction.

Separating Shape and Intensity...

The two largest modes of image variation are intensity variation and variation in point correspondence.

A Multiprecision World

A Multiprecision World

With the introduction of support for other precisions, the floating-point landscape has recently become much richer.

Processing Manifold-Valued Images

Processing Manifold-Valued Images

Modern image acquisition methods can capture info. that is no longer restricted to Euclidean spaces but can be manifold-valued.

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Coffee Roasting, Mathematical Modelling, and Asymptotic Analysis

Coffee Roasting, Mathematical Modelling, and Asymptotic Analysis

The perfect cup of coffee depends on the origin of the coffee beans, how they are roasted, and the hardness of the water.

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Unhidden Figures

Unhidden Figures

Four African American women spoke to a packed auditorium at the “Hidden Figures” panel during the 2017 SIAM Annual Meeting.

Prize Spotlight: Per-Gunnar...

Per-Gunnar Martinsson was awarded the 2017 Germund Dahlquist Prize by SIAM on September 11.

From Bacteria to Bots:...

Oscillations are ubiquitous in nature — ranging from fireflies flashing in synchrony to brain cells...