Monthly Archives: January 2012
Below is the order of the student presentations (they’re alphabetical by last name): Jitendra Bhandiwad (Wed, Mar 7) Gang Chen (Fri, Mar 2) Nishant Dholakia (Fri, Mar 9) Yuqi Fan (Wed, Mar 21) Anup Kumar (Wed, Mar 28) Viswanath Lolla … Continue reading
On Friday, we defined the notion of norm over a real vectors and studied some of their properties. The material was from Lecture 2 of Anna Gilbert’s notes.
In today’s lecture, we reviewed some basics of complex matrices and in particular, orthogonal matrices. We then looked at the trivial example of the identity matrix and the non-trivial example of the DFT matrix. The slides have been uploaded.
In today’s lecture, we went through an overview of what we will be covering in the course: sparse solutions to equations of the form , where we have different constraints in the three parameters depending on the application. (We looked … Continue reading
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