Omer Bobrowski
I am an
Assistant Research Professor in the
Mathematics Department at Duke University.
Contact Information
Office: 222
Physics Building
Phone: (919) 660-2878
Email: olmlelrl@lmlaltlhl.ldlulklel.leldlu
Durham,
NC 27708
Research Interests
Random Topology. More specifically - algebraic topology of random fields and complexes.
Probability and stochastic processes.
Applied algebraic topology.
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Publications
The Topology of Probability Distributions on Manifolds
O. Bobrowski, and S. Mukherjee
Probability Theory and Related Fields, 2014, DOI:10.1007/s00440-014-0556-x.
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Crackle: The Homology of Noise
R.J. Adler, O. Bobrowski, and S. Weinberger
To appear in Discrete and Computational Geometry (previous version - arXiv:1301:1466), 2014.
PDF
Distance
Functions, Critical Points, and Topology for Some Random Complexes
O. Bobrowski, R.J. Adler
arXiv:1107:4475, 2011.
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Euler
Integration of Gaussian Random Fields and Persistent Homology
O. Bobrowski, M.S. Borman
Journal of Topology and Analysis, 4(1), 2012.
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Persistent
Homology for Random Fields and Complexes
R.J. Adler, O. Bobrowski, M.S.
Borman, E. Subag
and S. Weinberger
Borrowing Strength: Theory Powering Applications, A festschrift for
Lawrence D. Brown. IMS Collections Vol. 6, 2010.
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Bayesian
Filtering in Spiking Neural Networks: Noise, Adaptation and
Multisensory Integration
O. Bobrowski, R. Meir and Y. C. Eldar
Neural Computation 21(5), 2009.
PDF,
online
appendix.
A
Neural Network Implementing Optimal State Estimation Based on Dynamic
Spike Train Decoding
O. Bobrowski, R. Meir, S.
Shoham and
Y. C. Eldar
Neural
Information Processing Systems (NIPS 2007).
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Theses
PhD Thesis: Algebraic Topology of Random
Fields and Complexes
Advisor: Prof. Robert J. Adler
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MSc Thesis: Real Time Spike Train Decoding
by Neural Networks
Advisors: Prof. Ron Meir and Prof. Yonina C. Eldar
Teaching
MATH212
- Multivariate Calculus