The Viterbi Lecture is named for Andrew Viterbi, the legendary communications figure who helped open the doors to the digital age with the Viterbi Algorithm, an original mathematical formula for eliminating signal interference.
Today, his algorithm is used in all four international standards for digital cellular telephones, as well as in data terminals, digital satellite broadcast receivers and deep space telemetry.
Wednesday, April 3rd, 2019
Reception: 3pm, Hughes Aircraft Electrical Engineering Courtyard
Lecture: 4pm, Hughes Aircraft Electrical Engineering Building
Title: On Some of My Simple Results
A number of interesting problems that I have addressed over the years which yielded surprisingly simple results will be presented. Many of these had intuitively pleasing interpretations or especially simple proofs and/or insights.
Published on February 14th, 2017
Last updated on February 10th, 2020