Section: Application Domains
We define the following lines of research for the next 8 years in GEOSTAT:
Theoretical developments around the MMF, in relation with reconstructible systems, predictibility, multiscale cascades and optimal wavelets.
New methods from the MMF for the analysis of ocean dynamics in satelite acquisitions.
Non-linear and multiscale approaches to Speech Processing.
Development of Signal Processig methodologies in astronomical imaging.
MMF and multiscale methods in the analysis of astronomical datasets.
These lines of research are firmly defined in terms of theoretical and applicative developments. GEOSTAT has defined an accurate network of collaborations for achieving these goals. We describe these lines of research in the following subsections.
The research in GEOSTAT is centered on theoretical and applicative developments in relation to specific applicative domains (Speech Processing, remote sensing in Oceanography, Astronomy). Consequently, the core of GEOSTAT primary collaborations are of a stronger importance. For that reason, we will propose, in 2010, an associate team partnership status (which is formally defined at INRIA) to our core collaborations to provide a solid collaborational foundation to GEOSTAT.