1992 Joint Mathematics Meetings, Program by Special Session
Joint Mathematics Meetings Program by Special Session
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1992 Joint Mathematics Meetings
Baltimore, MD, January 8-11, 1992
Lance W Small, AMS email@example.com
Kenneth A Ross, MAA firstname.lastname@example.org
AMS Special Session on Interaction of Harmonic Analysis, Signal Processing and Computational Mathematics
Wednesday January 8, 1992, 2:15 p.m.-6:05 p.m.
AMS Special Session on Interaction of Harmonic Analysis, Signal Processing and Computational Mathematics, I
Signal analysis, stirling functions and the Riemann Zeta function.
P. L. Butzer*, Technical University of Aachen, Germany
M. Hauss, Technical University of Aachen, Germany
Irregular and local sampling by Gabor frames and transforms
John J. Benedetto*, University of Maryland, College Park
Smooth wavelets with compactly supported Fourier transforms.
Aline Bonami, University of Orleans, France
Fernando Soria, University Autonoma de Madrid, Spain
Guido L. Weiss*, Washington University
Algebraic calculation of phases from amplitude data.
D. J. Newman, Temple Univeristy and Prometheus, Inc., Sweden
H. S. Shapiro*, Royal Institute of Technology and Promethens, Inc., Sweden
Wavelets, sampling, distributions and everything.
Gilbert G. Walter*, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Wolfgang Dahmen*, Freie Universitaet, Germany
Generalization of the Paley-Weiner theorem.
Amin Boumenir*, King Fahd University, Saudi Arabia
Pseudo-biorthogonal bases and frames.
Hidemitsu Ogawa*, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Thursday January 9, 1992, 2:15 p.m.-4:20 p.m.
AMS Special Session on Interaction of Harmonic Analysis, Signal Processing and Computational Mathematics, III
Time-frequency and time-space methods in mathematics and signal processing.
Yves F. Meyer*, University of Paris IX, France
Orthonormal wavelets on the interval.
Ingrid Daubechies*, AT&T Bell Laboratories, New Jersey
The optimal coefficients in Daubechies wavelets.
Gilbert Strang*, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Multiresolution analyses, regular sampling, and summability.
W. R. Madych*, University of Connecticut, Storrs
Friday January 10, 1992, 8:00 a.m.-10:50 a.m.
AMS Special Session on Interaction of Harmonic Analysis, Signal Processing and Computational Mathematics, II
Optical wavelet networks.
Walter Schempp*, University of Siegen, Germany
Sampling, interpolation and the Nyquist density in some function spaces related to signal analysis.
Kristian Seip*, University of Trondheim, Norway
New optimal multilayer neural networks in a generalized Fock space setting.
Rui J. P. DeFigueiredo*, University of California, Irvine, CA
Time-band-time limiting operators, restricted polynomial expansions, and approximation.
Marci Perlstadt*, Drexel University
Wavelet based approximation in the optimal control of distributed parameter systems.
Chris Brislawn*, Los Alamos National Laboratory
I. G. Rosen, University of Southern California
Multiresolutions and wavelets: Algebraic structure and families in relation with Shannon's sampling theory and the Gabor transform.
Akram Aldroubi*, Mathematics and Signal Processing Group, Maryland
Michael Unser, National Institute of Health, Maryland
Saturday January 11, 1992, 1:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m.
AMS Special Session on Interaction of Harmonic Analysis Signal Processing and Computational Mathematics, IV
Hankel operators on wavelet components of orthogonal decomposition of L^2(R^2).
C. K. Chui, Texas A\thsp\&\thsp M University, College Station
Xin Li*, Texas A\thsp\&\thsp M University, College Station
On Gibbs phenomena in the general orthogonal expansion.
Abdul J. Jerri*, Clarkson University
Applications of the theory of reproducing kernels to approximation theory.
Saburou Saitoh*, Gunma University, Japan
Du-Won Byun, Gunma University, Japan
Computing the spectrum of SL_2 over a finite field.
John D. Lafferty*, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, New York
Daniel Rockmore, Harvard University
A method to determine stability margins in nonlinear rotordynamics.
R. A. Zalik*, Auburn University, Auburn
Convolution equations, deconvolution, sampling, and the Gabor and wavelet transforms.
Stephen D. Casey*, American University
Tychonov-Phillips regularization applied to nonuniform sampling.
Marcel Zwaan*, Shell Oil, The Netherlands
On the phase and the magnitude squared distributions of the wavelet transform of a multi-component signal.
Shubha Kadambe*, A I duPont Institute, Delaware
Reproducing kernels and conformal mapping.
Mohamad Rashidi Razali*, University Technology Malaysia, Malaysia
Probabilistic discrete wavelet approximation.
G. A. Anastassiou*, Memphis State University
X. M. Yu, Southwest Missouri University
Hybrid symbolic/numeric computation of the generalized inverse on part of its spectrum.
David H. Wood*, University of Delaware