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20 Years of Wavelets


DAY 1 : May-15, 2009 (Friday)

8:00am- 3:00pm Registration
8:50am- 9:00am

9:00am- 9:50am Ingrid Daubechies
Wavelets: Where We Came From, Where We Are, and Where We Are Going
10:00am-10:50am John Benedetto
Frames: Wavelets Theory and Applications of Frame Potentials
11:00am- 11:15am Coffee Break
11:15am- 12:05pm Michael Frazier
Wavelets, Function Spaces, and Matrix Weights
12:10pm- 1:30pm Lunch
1:30pm- 2:20pm Ronald Coifman
Geometry and Multiscale Harmonic Analysis of Questionnaires
2:30pm- 3:20pm Mauro Maggioni
Harmonic and Multiscale Analysis of and on Data Sets in High Dimensions
3:30pm- 3:45pm   Coffee Break
Room 8005
Room 8002
3:45pm- 4:10pm
Bjorn Jawerth
Gagliardo Discretizations with Applications
Maxim Goldberg
Applications of Some Novel Formulas for Finite State Markov Chains
4:15pm- 4:40pm Arthur Szlam
Hybrid Linear Modeling and Sparse Representation: Some Variations on the
k-subspaces Algorithm
Maarten Jansen
Multiscale Kernel Smoothing for Nonequispaced Data Using Adaptive Lifting Based on Simple Hypothesis Testing
4:45pm- 5:10pm
Qiang Guo
Adaptive Wavelet Method for Partial Differential Equations
Patrick Fisher
Wavelets, a Numerical Tool for Atmospheric Data Analysis
5:15pm- 5:40pm
Elena Ournycheva
Multiscale Wavelet Transforms, Ridgelet Transforms, and Radon Transforms on the Space of Matrices
Jianzhong Wang
Randomized Diffusion Wavelet Algorithm for Dimensionality
6:00pm- 8:00pm Reception (Concourse Center)