I this seminar I will discuss two distinct approaches to the structure of the world around us. In the first I'll discuss our implementation of a battery of thousands of signal processing tools as part of an attempt to organize our methods and to perform a sky-survey of types of dynamics. In the second I'll cover our work connecting topics in network analysis to parameterized complexity and outline how the complexity of some routing tasks on graphs scales with the number of communities rather than the number of nodes.
Structure in Networks and Signals
Nick Jones (Imperial College)
Tue, 19/11/2013 - 16:00