Talking head
!!Con 2016

This presentation, by Laura Lindzey, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0

Do you want to understand how GPS or cell phones work? MP3 or JPEG compression? Are you playing with image processing? Solving PDEs? Learning about how to process ice-penetrating radar data used for studying Antarctica? (errrr...that's me.) Convolution and the Fourier transform are mathematical tools that make all of these possible. I think that the way these tools are usually presented is intimidating and non-intuitive. I think in pictures, not equations, so this talk attempts to give a graphical intuition of what these techniques actually do and where they can be useful, with examples from my own work.

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