Thomas Strohmer

Affiliations: 
Applied Mathematics University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
Area:
Applied Mathematics, Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Computer Science
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Denis Grishin grad student 2004 UC Davis
Jiadong Xu grad student 2006 UC Davis
Brendan Farrell grad student 2008 UC Davis
Matthew A. Herman grad student 2009 UC Davis
Deanna Needell grad student 2009 UC Davis
Blake Hunter grad student 2011 UC Davis
Jovana Ilic grad student 2011 UC Davis
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Rauth M, Strohmer T. (2016) Smooth approximation of potential fields from noisy scattered data Geophysics. 63: 85-94
Friedlander B, Strohmer T. (2015) Bilinear compressed sensing for array self-calibration Conference Record - Asilomar Conference On Signals, Systems and Computers. 2015: 363-367
Ling S, Strohmer T. (2015) Self-calibration and biconvex compressive sensing Inverse Problems. 31
Weis M, Ender J, Rauhut H, et al. (2014) Foreword to the special section on compressive sensing applied to radar Ieee Transactions On Aerospace and Electronic Systems. 50: 807-808
Wunder G, Boche H, Strohmer T, et al. (2014) Sparse signal processing concepts for efficient 5G system design Ieee Access. 3
Strohmer T, Friedlander B. (2014) Analysis of sparse MIMO radar Applied and Computational Harmonic Analysis. 37: 361-388
Krishtal I, Strohmer T, Wertz T. (2014) Localization of Matrix Factorizations Foundations of Computational Mathematics. 15: 931-951
Hügel M, Rauhut H, Strohmer T. (2014) Remote Sensing via ℓ1-Minimization Foundations of Computational Mathematics. 14: 115-150
Candès EJ, Eldar YC, Strohmer T, et al. (2013) Phase retrieval via matrix completion Siam Journal On Imaging Sciences. 6: 199-225
Strohmer T, Wang H. (2013) Accurate imaging of moving targets via random sensor arrays and Kerdock codes Inverse Problems. 29
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