Weilin Li's Homepage
Department of Mathematics
University of Maryland
I am a fourth year Ph.D. candidate at the Norbert Wiener Center for Harmonic Analysis and Applications, Department of Mathematics, University of Maryland.
My advisors are John J. Benedetto and Wojciech Czaja.
My primary research area is harmonic analysis. My current and past research topics include:
Super-resolution and spectral extrapolation
Mallat scattering transforms and applications to machine learning
Harmonic analysis on graphs and fractals
Weilin Li. Elementary L^\infty error estimates for super-resolution de-noising. [arxiv]
Wojciech Czaja and Weilin Li. Analysis of time-frequency scattering transforms. [arxiv] [software]
John J. Benedetto and Weilin Li. Super-resolution by means of Beurling minimal extrapolation. [arxiv]
Weilin Li and Robert S. Strichartz. Boundary value problems on a half Sierpinski gasket. Journal of Fractal Geometry, 1(1):1-43, 2014. [arxiv] [journal]