Persistence Mapping and the Time Convolution Mapping Method

Barbara J. Thompson and C. Alex Young

Persistence Mapping is a simple image processing technique that is useful for the visualization and depiction of gradually evolving or intermittent structures. Persistence Mapping allows the user to isolate extreme values in a data set, and is particularly useful for the problem of capturing phenomena that are evolving in both space and time.

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SIPWork VI – updated conference booklet (8/13)

Due to the unavailability of one of our speakers, we have had to make a small adjustment to the schedule.  On Tuesday 14th August,  11:50am – 12:10pm, J. Byrne will now speak on CORIMP: Automatically Detecting & Tracking CMEs in Coronagraph Data instead of A. Vuiets on Connectivity in oscillation processes observed in the solar Soft X-rays EUV.  The updated booklet is available here.

First Announcement: Solar Information Processing Workshop VI

Monday 13 – Thursday 16 August, 2012, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT, USA

Held since 2003, the Solar Image Processing workshops focus on the extraction of useful information from solar data. This meeting will broaden our attention to the more general problem of “Information Processing” and how to obtain the best scientific return out of the petabytes of data that are now available.

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