New Algorithms in Information Science
New Algorithms in Information Science, A Distinguished Lecture by UCLA Professor Stanley Osher on February 17, 2010.
The past few years have seen an incredible explosion of new (or revival of old) fast and effective algorithms for various imaging and information science applications. These include: nonlocal means, compressive sensing, graph cuts, Bregman iteration, as well as relatively old favorites such as the level set method and PDE based image restoration. I'll give my view of where we are, hopefully giving credit to all the people involved.
Author Osher, Stanley Title Professor Department Mathematics
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