Weekly Seminar – 11/18/2016

Gauri Jagatap, from Dr. Chinmay Hegde’s group will be presenting an overview of phase retrieval problems in signal processing, this Friday. She will primarily speak on a popular phase recovery strategy called AltMinPhase, based on the paper “Phase Retrieval Using Alternating Minimization” by Praneeth Netrapalli, Prateek Jain, and Sujay Sanghavi.

She will later also introduce a newer approach for phase retrieval of sparse signals, called “Efficient Compressive Phase Retrieval with Constrained Sensing Vectors“, by Sohail Bahmani, Justin Romberg.

Phase retrieval is essentially the problem of recovering the phase of a signal from magnitude measurements. In several applications in crystallography, optics, spectroscopy and tomography, it is harder or infeasible to record the phase of measurements, while recording the magnitudes is significantly easier.

Date: 11/18/2016

Time: 3:00pm – 4:00pm

Venue: 2222, Coover

Slides:Phase Retrieval (updated)

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