So what is this? A clawed demon? A
strange totem? A
Miró harlequin? A Klee fantasy?
More mathematical than that. And, no, not Mondrian. More like Sir Isaac Newton.
The image is a mathematical object called a fractal.
And, believe it or not, it has a connection to the study of acoustics.
For more information on this image, click here
As for my family, my wife Vicky and I live in State College, PA. Our two kids, Andy (age 26) and Christina (age 24), are world travelers with a pied-à-terre in State College.
As for me, I like
literature, music (I am an occasional second tenor with the State
College Choral Society), art, history, language, games, sports (I
a member of the Nittany Valley Running
and the Old Fartleks
cross-country team), and standing outside in the cold in order to try
of nature's wonders on film. My wife and I dabble in Polish
cooking, especially around the Holidays. I co-authored a now dormant but still-available web log, Mazurland Blog, with
my two brothers, Chris and Paul, and youngster Ben and salty dog Hank.
For those who took the Underwater Acoustics Course in 2012:
Here are updated versions of the class slides:
For those who took the seminars on beamforming and detection theory in Dr. Culver's graduate class, here are the notes:
Detection Theory Notes.
Here's how I can be reached:
Last modified: Monday, 15-Oct-2012 15:48:55 EDT