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Meeting: Workshop: Macha11 - 1st Workshop: A Computational Approach to Harmonic Analysis
 
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Ulrich Friedrich (friedrich@mathematik.uni-marburg.de)
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 14, 2011 2:09 pm    
Subject: Meeting: Workshop: Macha11 - 1st Workshop: A Computational Approach to Harmonic Analysis
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Summary: 1st Workshop: A Computational Approach to Harmonic Analysis will take place from 22-26 August, 2011 at the Philipps-University Marburg

Hands-on workshop:
Macha11 - 1st Workshop: A Computational Approach to Harmonic Analysis

August, 22-26, 2011
Philipps-University Marburg

http://macha2011.dfg-spp1324.de/

The deadline for registration is August the 5th, 2011.

Audience
Macha11 is a hands-on workshop geared at graduate and PhD students from allover the world, with a little bit of experience and background in MATLAB.

Topics
Application oriented Harmonic Analysis is a flourishing field of analysis, connecting hard analysis with questions of signal processing, physics, image analysis and other applied areas.

It has become more and more important and an eminent source of inspiration (and experimentation) to study various natural (and often new) mathematical questions by setting up a corresponding MATLAB simulation. Although doing some simple numerical experiments is easy to do once a basic knowledge of programming has been achieved, a reliable and systematic work requires a sound basis for such experiments to be meaningful.

The NuHAG team has been using MATLAB by now for more than 20 years, and has established a rich collection of MATLAB tools, already organized in an open way (accessible via the NuHAG MATLAB modules).

The Marburg team has been developing wavelet software in MATLAB and C++ for more than 5 years now. Parts of the library are currently being worked into a publicly available MATLAB package.

Learning how to make use of these existing tools is the main goal of the workshop, which however should at the end encourage the participants to make their own explorative investigations (leading to an enrichment of the collection of available code).

We hope that we have sparked your interest and to see you at the workshop!

With best regards,

Stephan Dahlke, University of Marburg
Hans G. Feichtinger, University of Vienna
Thorsten Raasch, University of Mainz
Ulrich Friedrich, University of Marburg
Darian M. Onchis, University of Vienna
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