Seminar: Applications of Frame Theory to Reproducing Kernel Hilbert Spaces

SpeakerProfessor Vern Paulsen
AffiliationUniversity of Houston
DateMonday, 09 Feb 2015
Time12:00 - 13:00
LocationMalet Place Engineering Building 1.03
Event seriesComputer Science Seminars

Frames arose in signal-processing where they are used to give overdetermined representations of vectors. It turns out that frames give a more convenient way to represent functions in a RKHS and make it easier to describe the functions in the space.

Vern Paulsen, Professor of Mathematics and John and Rebecca Moores Professor, received his PhD in 1977 at the University of Michigan and has been at the University of Houston since 1979. He has directed 17 PhD students, published over 100 research articles and 4 graduate texts, including a book on the theory of reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces which will appear this spring.
In addition to the theory of reproducing kernel Hilbert spaces, his research interests include quantum information theory, operator algebras and function theory.

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