 Teaching plan for the course unit

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Course unit name: Applied Harmonic Analysis

Course unit code: 568183

Academic year: 2018-2019

Coordinator: F. Javier Soria de Diego

Department: Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

Credits: 6

Single program: S

 Estimated learning time Total number of hours 150

 Face-to-face learning activities 60
 -  Lecture 30 -  Lecture with practical component 15 -  Laboratory session 15
 Supervised project 20
 Independent learning 70

 Recommendations

 Students should have completed introductory courses in Calculus, Functional Analysis and Measure Theory. Further recommendations Students should have some knowledge of computer programming.

 Competences to be gained during study

 — Capacity to understand the concepts and rigorous proofs of fundamental theorems of certain specific areas of mathematics. — Capacity to apply the results and acquired techniques to solve complex problems in certain areas of mathematics in academic or professional contexts. — Ability to prepare and develop logical mathematical reasoning and to identify errors in incorrect reasoning. — Capacity to construct, interpret, analyze and validate mathematical models developed to simulate real situations. — Ability to enunciate and verify statements, and to communicate the acquired mathematical knowledge orally or in writing. — Capacity to select and use software tools to address problems related to mathematics.

 Learning objectives
 Referring to knowledge — To know the classical results of Fourier series and the Fourier transform, and the main techniques for almost everywhere convergence of the series. — To learn the applications to information theory. — To acquire a broad knowledge of the applications of Fourier theory in image processing and digital signal analysis, learning to compress an image or filter a noisy signal. — To acquire basic research skills in the field of harmonic analysis.

 Teaching blocks

1. Fourier Series; Orthonormal basis and L2 theory; Convergence of the series

2. Fourier transform in Lp; Sampling theorem

3. Maximal operators; Almost everywhere convergence

4. Marcinkiewicz Theorem; Interpolation Theory

5. Convolution operators; Fourier multipliers; Hilbert transform

6. MATLAB

6.1. Introduction to MATLAB

6.2. Programming

6.3. Averaging filter

6.4. Convolution

6.5. Fourier transform: DFT and FFT

6.6. Spatial filters

6.7. Frequency domain filters

6.8. Compression

6.9. JPEG and DCT

6.10. Audio

6.11. Wavelets

 Teaching methods and general organization

 Different topics will be presented in the theory lectures; For each topic, a collection of problems will be handed in; Students will prepare these exercises at home, and solve them in class; Students will also be assigned a series of programming exercises with MATLAB, to apply digital processing to images and sounds

 Official assessment of learning outcomes

 The continuous assessment has two sections: Activity 1: Resolution of exercises and MATLAB assignments given in class. Activity 2: Theoretical examination. The final grade will be calculated as the average between 50% of Activity 1 and 50% of Activity 2 (a minimum grade of 4/10 is required on each activity).   Examination-based assessment The single assessment consists of a final examination with theoretical and practical questions (exercises and MATLAB programs). In order to be eligible for reassessment, students must have obtained a grade of at least 3.5/10 as a final grade in the continuous or single assessment.