Ronald Raphael Coifman

(Leave of absence Fall 2014) Phillips Prof Math

Current Projects

Professor Coifman is currently developing analysis tools for spectrometric diagnostics and hyperspectral imaging.

Research Summary

Ronald Coifman's research interests include: Nonlinear Harmonic Analysis of high dimensional digital data. He is currently developing analysis tools for organization and information extraction in both biological and physical data sets including; hyperspectral imaging of biopsies, patient hematology profiles, psychological questionnaires, EEG etc.


Selected Publications

  • "Applied and Computational Harmonic Analysis," 10,#1, with F. Geshwind, Y. Meyer, Noiselets, Jan 2001, pp. 27-44.
  • "On zerotree quantization for embedded wavelet packet image coding," with N. Rajpoot, F. Meyer, R. Wilson, Proceedings of the 1999 International Conference on Image Processing, Piscataway, NJ, 2:283-7.
  • "Adaptive solution of multidimensional PDE via tensor product wavelet decomposition," with A. Averbuch, G. Beylkin, P. Fisher, M. Israeli, To be published in ACHA, 2000.
  • "The pseudopolar FFT and its applications," with A. Averbuch, R. Coifman, D. Donoho, M. Israeli, J. Walden, Research Report YALEU/DCS/RR-1178, 1999.

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