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Title: The year of Fourier: a mathematical signal processing celebration

Presenter: Professor Kasso Okoudjou, Department of Mathematics

Abstract: Joseph Fourier (born on March 21, 1768) proposed that every signal can be written as a superposition of sinusoidals. This seemingly simple idea has lead to major advances in science and engineering. In this talk, Professor Okoudjou will give a mathematical overview of Fourier’s method in signal processing, highlighting some recent extensions and applications.
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