Image Processing: Theory, Analysis, and Applications
September 6 - 8, 2000
(University of South Carolina)
The past decade has witnessed significant advances in mathematical theory and analysis in support ofimage processing.These advances have begun to provide a rigorous foundation from which low level algorithms and applications can be built and understood.This workshop focuses upon two areas of mathematical advances; wavelet analysis and partial differential equation-based image processing methodologies as well as applications enabled by these methods.
Richard Baraniuk, Andrea Bertozzi, Lawrence Carin, Tony Chan, Albert Cohen, Charles Creusere, Ingrid Daubechies, Ron DeVore, David Donoho, Gary Hewer,Hamid Krim, Bradley Lucier, BangaloreManjunath, Wen Masters, Michael Miller, Robert Nowak, Joseph O’Sullivan, Stan Osher, Naoki Saito, Guillermo Sapiro, Carey Schwartz, Jeffrey Shapiro, Eitan Tadmor, Alan Van Nevel, Ross Whitaker
Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (IPAM)