The Department of Mathematics, Manav Rachna University organized an International Webinar on Wavelet Approximation in Orlicz Spaces recently. Prof. Maria Skopina, Department of Higher Mathematics, St. Petersburg University, Russia was the Guest Speaker.
Prof. Maria is D.Sc. in Mathematics (2000) from St. Petersburg, Department of Steklov, Mathematical Institute, RAS and Ph.D. in Mathematics (1980) from Leningrad (St. Petersburg) State University. Her Research areas include Wavelets, Fourier analysis, approximation theory, p-adic harmonic analysis, sampling theory.
Prof. Maria briefly introduced the term wavelets and its applications. Wavelets are mathematical functions that cut up data into different frequency components, and then study each component with a resolution matched to its scale. Prof. Maria focused her talk on the topic Wavelet Approximation in Orlicz Spaces. She shared details about dual wavelet frames, multi- wavelet systems, Bessel function and matrix existential function.
The overall talk enriched the students and faculty with the current Applications of Wavelet Approximation in Orlicz Spaces. In recent years, wavelets have found their way into many different fields of science and engineering; particularly, wavelets are very successfully used in image analysis, communication systems, biomedical imaging, radar, air acoustics, theoretical mathematics, control systems, signal analysis for waveform representation and segmentation, time-frequency analysis and fast algorithms for easy implementation.
Prof. Maria humbly and satisfactorily answered the queries. More than eighty participants including faculty members attended the session and showed interest in the interactive session.
At the end, the session was concluded with a Vote of Thanks by Dr. Aparna Vyas, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics, MRU.