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From Global to Local: Getting More from Compressed Sensing

From Global to Local: Getting More from Compressed Sensing

Over the last decade, compressed sensing and sparse recovery techniques have had a significant impact on applied mathematics.

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. 

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.

Separating Shape and Intensity Variation in Images

Separating Shape and Intensity Variation in Images

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

Convergence in Imaging Sciences

Convergence in Imaging Sciences

The notion of convergence has a very specific connotation of coming together without ever moving apart.

Unhidden Figures

Unhidden Figures

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

Downwind, Faster Than the Wind

Downwind, Faster Than the Wind

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

NSF PIC Math Grant Sponsors Data Analytics Workshop

NSF PIC Math Grant Sponsors Data Analytics Workshop

The PIC Math Workshop on Data Analytics exposed attendees to techniques used in data analytics problems.