Dr. S. Yugesh
Dr. S. Yugesh M.Sc., Ph.D
Dr. S. Yugesh, is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics has five years of research experience. He received his B.Sc., Mathematics from C. Kandasami Naidu College for men, Chennai, Madras University and he did his M.Sc., Applied Mathematics from College of Engineering Guindy Campus, Anna University, Chennai. He qualified GATE – 2011 Mathematics examination.
He did his Ph.D (Full Time) from College of Engineering Guindy Campus, Anna University, Chennai. During his Ph.D degree, he received the Anna Centenary Research Fellowship Award for the year 2012-2014 awarded by Anna University, Chennai.
Applied Harmonic Analysis, Sampling Theory, Frame Theory, Splines and Shift Invariant Spaces, Wavelet Analysis.
List of Publications:
- P.Devaraj and S.Yugesh, A local weighted average sampling and reconstruction theorem over shift invariant subspaces, Results in Mathematics, DOI 10.1007/s00025-016-0600-5,(2016).
- P.Devaraj and S.Yugesh, Reconstruction of L-splines of polynomial growth from their local weighted average samples, Applied Mathematics and Computation 273 (2016), 1018-1024.
- P.Devaraj and S.Yugesh, On the zeros of the generalized Euler-Frobenius Laurent polynomial and reconstruction of cardinal splines of polynomial growth from local average samples, Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, 432(2) 2015, 983-993.
- P.Devaraj and S.Yugesh, Reconstruction of Multiply Generated Splines from Local Average Samples, Mathematical Analysis and its Applications, Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics, 143 (2015), 63-72 .
- P.Devaraj and S.Yugesh, Existence and uniqueness of spline reconstruction from local weighted average samples, Rendiconti del Circolo Matematico di Palermo, 63(1) 2014, 97-108.
- P.Devaraj and S.Yugesh, A Remark on Reconstruction of Splines from Their Local Weighted Average Samples, Fractals, Wavelets, and their Applications, Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics, 92 (2014), 341-348.
- S.Yugesh and P.Devaraj, A local weighted average sampling and reconstruction theorem for wavelet subspaces, International Conference on Applications of Fractals and Wavelets, Department of Mathematics, Amrita School of Engineering.