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Analysis and Probability Seminar Nov. 14, 2014

Posted on November 7, 2014

Friday, November 14, 2014 (12:45-1:45 p.m. in Yost 306)

Title: Derivative-free diffuse interface functionals, their anisotropy and variational convergence

Speaker: Julia Dobrosotskaya (Case Western Reserve University MAMS Department)

Abstract: Fourier analysis provides many elegant approaches to differential operators and related tools in PDE-based image processing.  Replacing differential operators with the operators based on multiscale sparse representation systems (such as wavelets or composite wavelets, including shearlets), leads to the design of a  new class of adaptively anisotropic operators. These operators fit into a variety of applied signal processing settings, in particular, allowing for derivative-free diffuse interface approximations to the anisotropic TV (total variation) functional.

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