Multiscale analysis of manifold-valued curves

Nir Sharon (Tel Aviv University)

You may attend the talk either in person in Walter 402 or register via Zoom. Registration is required to access the Zoom webinar.

A multiscale transform is a standard signal and image processing tool that enables a mathematically hierarchical analysis of objects. Customarily, the first scale corresponds to a coarse representation, and as scales increase, so is the refinement level of the entity we represent. This multiscale approach introduces a dynamic and flexible framework with many computational and approximation advantages. In this talk, we introduce a multiscale analysis that aims to represent manifold-valued curves. First, we will present the settings and our multiscale construction. Then, we will show some of the theoretical properties of our multiscale representation. Finally, we will conclude with several numerical examples illustrating how to apply our multiscale method for various data processing techniques.

Start date
Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022, 1:25 p.m.
End date
Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022, 2:25 p.m.

Walter Library 402