Reading Group - Signal Processing & Wavelets

Meeting Time: Mondays 11:30-1:00
Meeting Place: Graphics Lab

Please read about the general goals of this in the "original" webpage.

Note: There is a mailinglist for this reading seminar. Simply send email to maillist@sfu.ca with the subject "subscribe sfu-signals". You can then post messages by sending email to sfu-signals@sfu.ca. This semester we would like to go through the following book:

I suggest to meet once a week to go over chapters or parts of them and to:


Wavelets and Filter Banks

One of the drawbacks of the Fourier Transform is that it is a global transform, i.e. if you change the FT of a signal just a little you end up changing the ehtire signal. Wavelets present a quite robust way of a signal transform that is much more flexible. Although wavelet theory has been around a good century (Haar) it didn't gain much attention until the work by Ingrid Debauchies who made them practical. Since it is a very powerful concept it had revolutionized the fields of Applied Math, Computing Science and Engineering in the past decade. Let's find out why. :)

September 25
5:00
SFU Torsten Ch 1.1-1.5 - Introduction
October 1
11:30
SFU Tom Ch 1.6 - Introduction
Ch 2.1 - 2.2 - Filters
October 8
11:30
SFU mom+dad Thanksgiving
October 15
11:30
SFU Reza Ch 2.3 - 2.4 - Filters
October 22
11:30
San Diego   Visualization 2001
October 29
11:30
SFU Steven B. Ch 2.5 - 2.6 - Filters
November 5
11:30
SFU Torsten Ch 3 - Downsampling and Upsampling
November 12
11:30
SFU General D. Remembrance Day
November 19
11:30
SFU Steven B. Ch 4.1 - Filter Banks
November 26
11:30
SFU Paul Ch 4.2-4.5 - Filter Banks
December 3
11:30
SFU Book W. Reading Break
December 10
11:30
SFU Steven B./Paul S./Torsten M. Ch 5.1-5.3 - Orthogonal Filter Banks
December 20
11:30
SFU Reza Ch 5.4-5.5 - Orthogonal Filter Banks


Last modified: December 11, 2001
Torsten Möller / torsten@cs.sfu.ca