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Date Title / Speaker Event
October 12, 2000 Reflections on the Inverse EEG and MEG Problems
Olivier Faugeras (Institut National de Recherche en Informatique Automatique (INRIA))
IMA Minisymposium: Brain Imaging
October 12, 2000 Development and Applications of fMRI in Monkeys
Nikos Logothetis (Max-Planck-Institut für Biologische Kybernetik)
IMA Minisymposium: Brain Imaging
October 11, 2000 New Applications of Geometry to Analysis of Brain Imagery
Fred Bookstein (University of Washington)
IMA Minisymposium: Brain Imaging
October 11, 2000 Combining Information Across Subjects
William Eddy (Carnegie-Mellon University)
IMA Minisymposium: Brain Imaging
October 11, 2000 The Quantitative Evaluation of Functional Neuroimaging Experiments: The NPAIRS Data Analysis Framework
Stephen Strother (Minneapolis VA Medical Center)
IMA Minisymposium: Brain Imaging
October 11, 2000 A Frequency Localised Framework for Inference in fMRI
Partha Mitra (Alcatel-Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories)
IMA Minisymposium: Brain Imaging
October 11, 2000 Spatiotemporal Brain Imaging: from the Microscopic to Systems Level
Anders Dale (Massachusetts General Hospital)
IMA Minisymposium: Brain Imaging
October 11, 2000 Introduction
Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Daniel Kersten (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
IMA Minisymposium: Brain Imaging
October 06, 2000 The Media of the last Millenium by David Goldberg
David Goldberg (Xerox Corporation)
The Media of the Last Millennium - David Goldberg (Xerox Corporation)
September 29, 2000 Hierarchical Hybrid Control of Large Scale Multi-Agent Systems by Datta Godbole (MN65)
Datta Godbole (Honeywell)
Hierarchical Hybrid Control of Large Scale Multi-Agent Systems - Datta Godbole (Honeywell)
September 22, 2000 Discussion Mathematical Foundations of Speech Processing and Recognition
September 22, 2000 Gaussianization
Ramesh Gopinath (IBM)
Mathematical Foundations of Speech Processing and Recognition
September 22, 2000 Parameter Adaptation and Compensation in Designing Maximum A Posteriori Decision Rules for Automatic Speech Recognition
Chin-Hui Lee (Alcatel-Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories)
Mathematical Foundations of Speech Processing and Recognition
September 21, 2000 Discussion Mathematical Foundations of Speech Processing and Recognition
September 21, 2000 Dimensionality Reduction in Machine Learning and Multimedia Processing
Lawrence Saul (AT&T Laboratories - Research)
Mathematical Foundations of Speech Processing and Recognition
September 21, 2000 Graphical Models and Applicability to the Speech Recognition Problem
Jeff Bilmes (University of Washington)
Mathematical Foundations of Speech Processing and Recognition
September 20, 2000 Discussion Mathematical Foundations of Speech Processing and Recognition
September 20, 2000 Semiparametric Filtering in Speech Processing
Benjamin Kedem (University of Maryland)
Mathematical Foundations of Speech Processing and Recognition
September 20, 2000 Robust Signal Representations for Automatic Speech Recognition
Richard Stern (Carnegie-Mellon University)
Mathematical Foundations of Speech Processing and Recognition
September 20, 2000 Speech Signal Representations in Speech Synthesis: Current trends and parallels in ASR
Michael Macon (Oregon Graduate Institute of Science & Technology)
Mathematical Foundations of Speech Processing and Recognition
September 19, 2000 Discussion Mathematical Foundations of Speech Processing and Recognition
September 19, 2000 Modelling Graph-based Observation Spaces for Segment-Based Speech Recognition
James Glass (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Mathematical Foundations of Speech Processing and Recognition
September 19, 2000 Switching Dynamic-System Models for Speech Articulation and Acoustics
Li Deng (Microsoft Research)
Mathematical Foundations of Speech Processing and Recognition
September 19, 2000 Segmental HMMs: Modelling Dynamics and Underlying Structure for Automatic Speech Recognition
Wendy Holmes (20/20/Speech, Ltd.)
Mathematical Foundations of Speech Processing and Recognition
September 18, 2000 Discussion Mathematical Foundations of Speech Processing and Recognition
September 18, 2000 Toward Quantitative Models of Human Speech Perception and Production Mechanisms
Abeer Alwan (University of California, Los Angeles)
Mathematical Foundations of Speech Processing and Recognition
September 18, 2000 The State of the Art in ASR (and Beyond?)
Steve Young (University of Cambridge)
Mathematical Foundations of Speech Processing and Recognition
September 18, 2000 Recognize Speech v/s Wreck a Nice Beach: The Mathematics of Automatic Speech Recognition
Sanjeev Khudanpur (Johns Hopkins University)
Mathematical Foundations of Speech Processing and Recognition
September 18, 2000 Introduction
Fred Dulles (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities), Mari Ostendorf (University of Washington)
Mathematical Foundations of Speech Processing and Recognition
September 15, 2000 Symmetry in Computer Vision
Peter Olver (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Mathematical Methods in Speech and Image Analysis
September 14, 2000 Geometric Partial Differential Equations and Image Analysis Continued
Guillermo Sapiro (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Mathematical Methods in Speech and Image Analysis
September 14, 2000 Geometric Partial Differential Equations and Image Analysis Continued
Guillermo Sapiro (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Mathematical Methods in Speech and Image Analysis
September 14, 2000 Geometric Partial Differential Equations and Image Analysis
Guillermo Sapiro (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Mathematical Methods in Speech and Image Analysis
September 13, 2000 An Introduction to Wavelets and Image Representation
Jianhong Shen (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Mathematical Methods in Speech and Image Analysis
September 13, 2000 Probabilistic and Statistical Methods
Basilis Gidas (Brown University)
Mathematical Methods in Speech and Image Analysis
September 13, 2000 Conformal Flows in Computer Vision
Allen Tannenbaum (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Mathematical Methods in Speech and Image Analysis
September 12, 2000 An Introduction to Wavelets and Image Representation (continued)
Jianhong Shen (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Mathematical Methods in Speech and Image Analysis
September 12, 2000 Probabilistic and Statistical Methods
Basilis Gidas (Brown University)
Mathematical Methods in Speech and Image Analysis
September 12, 2000 An Introduction to Wavelets and Image Representation
Jianhong Shen (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Mathematical Methods in Speech and Image Analysis
September 11, 2000 Probabilistic and Statistical Methods
Basilis Gidas (Brown University)
Mathematical Methods in Speech and Image Analysis
September 11, 2000 Introduction & Overview (continued)
Stuart Geman (Brown University)
Mathematical Methods in Speech and Image Analysis
September 11, 2000 Introduction & Overview
Stuart Geman (Brown University)
Mathematical Methods in Speech and Image Analysis
September 11, 2000 Introduction
Willard Miller Jr. (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Mathematical Methods in Speech and Image Analysis
August 30, 2000 Testing of RNG: Some Theoretical Results and their Practical Applications
Stanislav Molchanov (University of North Carolina)
Modeling and Analysis of Noise in Integrated Circuits and Systems
August 30, 2000 Non-Gaussian Noise Processes in Amorphous Silicon
James Kakalios (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Modeling and Analysis of Noise in Integrated Circuits and Systems
August 30, 2000 Thermodynamically Valid Noise Models for Nonlinear Devices
Geoffrey Coram (Analog Devices Incorporated)
Modeling and Analysis of Noise in Integrated Circuits and Systems
August 30, 2000 Perspectives on RF Integrated Circuit Noise Analysis: Part II: Noise Analysis Techniques in RF Circuit Simulators
Baolin Yang (Cadence Design Systems)
Modeling and Analysis of Noise in Integrated Circuits and Systems
August 30, 2000 Controlling Noisy Systems
Daniel Ocone (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey)
Modeling and Analysis of Noise in Integrated Circuits and Systems
August 30, 2000 Noise Analysis Issues in RF Circuits
Amit Mehrotra (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Modeling and Analysis of Noise in Integrated Circuits and Systems
August 29, 2000 Discussion Modeling and Analysis of Noise in Integrated Circuits and Systems
August 29, 2000 Perspectives on RF Integrated Circuit Noise Analysis: Part I: Industrial Experiences with Noise Analysis in RF Circuits
Joel Phillips (Cadence Design Systems)
Modeling and Analysis of Noise in Integrated Circuits and Systems
August 29, 2000 Fractional Gaussian Noise in Linear Systems
Tyrone Duncan (University of Kansas)
Modeling and Analysis of Noise in Integrated Circuits and Systems
August 29, 2000 Noise in Optical Systems
Franz Kaertner (Universität Fridericiana (TH) Karlsruhe)
Modeling and Analysis of Noise in Integrated Circuits and Systems
August 29, 2000 Deterministic Systems that Approximate Stochastic Processes: Analysis and Numerics
Paul Tupper (Stanford University)
Modeling and Analysis of Noise in Integrated Circuits and Systems
August 29, 2000 Modeling and Analysis of Communication Circuit Performance using Markov Chains and Efficient Graph Representations
Alper Demir (Alcatel-Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories)
Modeling and Analysis of Noise in Integrated Circuits and Systems
August 29, 2000 Matrix-Implicit Iterative Algorithms in RF Circuit Noise Analysis
Jacob White (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Modeling and Analysis of Noise in Integrated Circuits and Systems
August 29, 2000 Introduction
Fred Dulles, Kiran Gullapalli (Motorola), Fadil Santosa
Modeling and Analysis of Noise in Integrated Circuits and Systems
August 18, 2000 Towards a Theory of GNSS Carrier-Phase Ambiguity Resolutions
Peter Teunissen (Technische Universiteit te Delft)
Mathematical Challenges in Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
August 18, 2000 Discusion - Computational Aspects of Kalman Filtering of GPS Observations
Kai Borre (Aalborg University)
Mathematical Challenges in Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
August 18, 2000 Speeding Up Filter Convergence In High Preceission, Very Large Area Kinematic Navigartion
Oscar Colombo (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
Mathematical Challenges in Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
August 18, 2000 Retrieval of Ocean and Land Surface Characteristics Using Measurements of Reflected GPS Signals
Penina Axelrad (University of Colorado)
Mathematical Challenges in Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
August 18, 2000 Sensing the Temporal and Spatial Distribution of Atmospheric Water Vapor Using GPS
Gunnar Elgered (Chalmers University of Technology)
Mathematical Challenges in Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
August 18, 2000 Possibilities and Limitations of Tomography
Frank Natterer (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster)
Mathematical Challenges in Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
August 17, 2000 Discusion - Open Mathematical Issues
Gilbert Strang (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Mathematical Challenges in Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
August 17, 2000 Approximate Nonlinear Filtering for GPS
Babak Azimi-Sadjadi (University of Maryland), P. S. Krishnaprasad (University of Maryland)
Mathematical Challenges in Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
August 17, 2000 Statistical Reliability Measures for GPS
Gerard Lachapelle (University of Calgary)
Mathematical Challenges in Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
August 17, 2000 The Linear Model in GPS Integrity Monitoring
Robert Kelly (NONE)
Mathematical Challenges in Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
August 17, 2000 The GPS Carrier Phase Ambiguity Resolution
Ron Hatch (NavCom Technology, Inc)
Mathematical Challenges in Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
August 17, 2000 Characterization of Carrier Phase Multipath and Mitigation through the Use of Multiple Antennas
M. Elizabeth Cannon (University of Calgary)
Mathematical Challenges in Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
August 17, 2000 The Limiting Error in GPS/DGPS: MULTIPATH
Michael Braasch (Ohio University)
Mathematical Challenges in Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
August 16, 2000 Estimation of DGPS Carrier-Phase Errors Using a Receiver Network
John Raquet (Air Force Institute of Technology)
Mathematical Challenges in Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
August 16, 2000 Initial Solution of Pseudo-range Equations
Michael Elgersma (Honeywell)
Mathematical Challenges in Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
August 16, 2000 Real Time GPS Absolute Positioning Errors
James Clynch (Naval Postgraduate School)
Mathematical Challenges in Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
August 16, 2000 New Opportunities Using New Civil GPS Signals for Multipath Mitigation and Carrier Phase Ambiguity Resolution
A.J. Van Dierendonck (AJ Systems)
Mathematical Challenges in Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
August 16, 2000 Carrier Phase Measurements Characteristics and Utilization Overview
Gerard Lachapelle (University of Calgary)
Mathematical Challenges in Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
August 16, 2000 Current GPS Constellation and Signal Structure Overview
A.J. Van Dierendonck (AJ Systems)
Mathematical Challenges in Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
August 16, 2000 Welcome and Orientation
Fred Dulles, Gerard Lachapelle (University of Calgary), Willard Miller Jr.
Mathematical Challenges in Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
July 19, 2000 Team 6: Design of a Microactuator
David Ross (Eastman Kodak Company)
Mathematical Modeling in Industry V - A Workshop for Graduate Students
July 19, 2000 Team 5: Network Analysis
Norm Curet (National Security Agency)
Mathematical Modeling in Industry V - A Workshop for Graduate Students
July 19, 2000 Team 4: Computed Tomography
Sarah Patch (General Electric Corp., Research and Development Center)
Mathematical Modeling in Industry V - A Workshop for Graduate Students
July 19, 2000 Team 3: Computer Aided Design: The Surface Intersection Problem
Thomas Grandine (The Boeing Company)
Mathematical Modeling in Industry V - A Workshop for Graduate Students
July 19, 2000 Team 2: Optimizing Language Models and Texts for Automatic Speech Recognition
Joan Bachenko (Linguistic Technologies, Inc.)
Mathematical Modeling in Industry V - A Workshop for Graduate Students
July 19, 2000 Team 1: RF Communication Circuits
Robert Melville (Alcatel-Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories)
Mathematical Modeling in Industry V - A Workshop for Graduate Students
July 19, 2000 Introduction
Willard Miller Jr.
Mathematical Modeling in Industry V - A Workshop for Graduate Students
June 09, 2000 Transition Regimes for Linear Kinetic Equations
Charles Levermore (University of Maryland)
Multiscale Models for Surface Evolution and Reacting Flows
June 09, 2000 A Multiscale Approach to Cluster Growth Problems
Markos Katsoulakis (University of Massachusetts)
Multiscale Models for Surface Evolution and Reacting Flows
June 09, 2000 Some Questions on Kinetic Models of Phase Transitions
Thierry Goudon (Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis)
Multiscale Models for Surface Evolution and Reacting Flows
June 09, 2000 Fluctuations and Structures in Dilute Sedimentation
Peter Mucha (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Multiscale Models for Surface Evolution and Reacting Flows
June 09, 2000 Monte Carlo Simulations of Polycrystalline Thin Films Deposited by PVD
Jacques Dalla Torre (Alcatel-Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories)
Multiscale Models for Surface Evolution and Reacting Flows
June 08, 2000 Langton's Ant: a Toy Model for Low Dimensional Reactive Rrocesses
Jean-Pierre Boon (Université Libre de Bruxelles)
Multiscale Models for Surface Evolution and Reacting Flows
June 08, 2000 Multiscale Modeling of Boron Diffusion in Silicon: Ab Initio to Continuum
Matthew Laudon (Motorola)
Multiscale Models for Surface Evolution and Reacting Flows
June 08, 2000 A Homogenization Technique for the Boltzmann Equation for Low Pressure Chemical Vapor Deposition
Matthias Gobbert (University of Maryland Baltimore County)
Multiscale Models for Surface Evolution and Reacting Flows
June 08, 2000 Modeling Epitaxial Growth Using the Level-Set Method
Christian Ratsch (University of California, Los Angeles)
Multiscale Models for Surface Evolution and Reacting Flows
June 07, 2000 Level Set Based Analysis and Fast Algorithms for Surface Evolution
Stanley Osher (University of California, Los Angeles)
Multiscale Models for Surface Evolution and Reacting Flows
June 07, 2000 Multiscale Models for Chemical Reactors
Dionisios Vlachos (University of Massachusetts)
Multiscale Models for Surface Evolution and Reacting Flows
June 07, 2000 Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Models for Silicon Oxidation
John King (University of Nottingham)
Multiscale Models for Surface Evolution and Reacting Flows
June 06, 2000 Feature-scale to Wafer-scale Modeling of Physical Vapor Deposition
Peter O'Sullivan (Alcatel-Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories)
Multiscale Models for Surface Evolution and Reacting Flows
June 06, 2000 Multi-scale Quantum Models for Biological Systems
Darrin York (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
Multiscale Models for Surface Evolution and Reacting Flows
June 06, 2000 Integrated Multiscale Process Simulation in Microelectronics
Timothy Cale (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
Multiscale Models for Surface Evolution and Reacting Flows
June 05, 2000 Interface Simulations in Semiconductor Manufacturing
James Sethian (University of California, Berkeley)
Multiscale Models for Surface Evolution and Reacting Flows

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