There will be a special seminar this Thursday December 23th, 2010,
10:10am in Schreiber Bldg, Room 209. 
 Please note the different time and place.
         Tel Aviv University
  School of Mathematical Sciences
    Applied Mathematics Seminar
Date:          Thursday December 23th, 2010, 10:10
Place:             Schreiber Bldg, Room 209
Speaker:       Dan Kushnir
              Yale University
Title:   Anisotropic diffusion maps of sub-manifolds with applications
We introduce a method for computing extendable independent components of
stochastic data sets generated by nonlinear mixing. The method relies on
the spectral decomposition of a particular type of kernels constructed
from observed data. The independent components are computed for a
surprisingly small sub-sample of the data, and can be efficiently
extended to a much larger set of new observations. We demonstrate our
method performance for the empirical solution of inverse problems in
electro-magnetic measurements of geological formations, and in
Acoustics. This method suggests a general tool for solving empirically
inverse problems.
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Dr. Adi Ditkowski                                                     |
Department of Applied Mathematics                                     |
School of Mathematical Sciences          phone:  972-3-640-5987       |
Tel Aviv University,                     fax  :  972-3-640-9357       |
Tel Aviv, 69978 Israel                   email:   <>  |
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