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Proceedings of FFT 2013

Here you can find videos of the named lectures along with slides and other materials from all of the lectures.

Keynote Address (Thursday Evening): Mark Stopfer (NIH)
Neural information processing for smell and taste

Norbert Wiener Center Distinguished Lecturer (Thursday Afternoon): Ingrid Daubechies (Duke University)

Norbert Wiener Center Colloquium (Friday Afternoon): Thomas Strohmer (University of California, Davis) (Missing audio from second half of video)
The Phase Problem: A Mathematical Tour from Norbert Wiener to Random Matrices and Convex Optimization 
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Bernhard Bodmann (University of Houston)
Finite Frames for Transmissions

Stephen D. Casey (American University)
Adaptive Signal Processing
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Alexey Castrodad (NGA)
Sparse Modeling for Sensor Fusion with Applications

Matthew Fickus (AFIT)
Group-theoretic constructions of erasure-robust frames
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Keri Kornelson (University of Oklahoma)
Fourier bases on fractals

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Ilya Krishtal (Northern Illinois University)
Dynamical Sampling
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Dianne P. O'Leary (University of Maryland)
Tracking Objects Using Wavelets and Shearlets

Lucretiu Popescu (FDA)
Challenges for the evaluation of diagnostic imaging systems with nonlinear behavior
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Peter Schuck (NIH)
Fredholm Integral Equations in the Analysis of Protein Complexes by Sedimentation Velocity Analytical Ultracentrifugation 

Sherry Scott (Marquette)
Analyzing fluid flows via the ergodicity defect
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Maneesh Singh (Siemens)
Application of Manifolds in Computer Vision: Representation and Recognition of Objects

Qiyu Sun (University of Central Florida)
The abc problem for Gabor systems

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Gaurav Thakur (MITRE)
Synchrosqueezing: The Analysis of Signals with Time-varying Oscillatory Characteristics

Rene Vidal (Johns Hopkins University)
Sparse and Low-Rank Subspace Clustering



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