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Video of the month: Topological Data Analysis - A new paradigm for complex data analysis

Topological data analysis (TDA) is an emerging multi-discipline area of research spanning topology, statistics, machine learning, signal processing and computation geometry. In our video of the month, Gunnar Carlsson, Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Stanford University and co-founder of Ayasdi, offers a nice and concise introduction to TDA.

The intent of this post is to stimulate technical discussions around TDA in the signal processing community.

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