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Texas A&M University
Mathematics

Richard G. Lynch, Visiting Assistant Professor

Kiyomizu-dera, Kyoto, Japan
Office: Blocker 211C
E-mail: rglynch <at> math.tamu.edu
CV: Curriculum Vitae
Office Hours: MW: 2:15 - 3:30 PM,
T: 2:30 - 4:30 PM,
or by appointment


Current Teaching

Online Content

I taught an online MATH 308 course in which I made lecture notes and corresponding videos. Note that I only have material for the sections I covered, which is likely less due to it being a shorter five week course. Also, Python was not yet used, so there is nothing for that.

Past Teaching

Research Interests

  • Compressive sensing and approximation theory
  • Frame theory (see the Frame Research Center website for more info)
  • Data science and machine learning

Publications

Please see my CV for a complete list.
  • Preserving injectivity under subgaussian mappings and its application to compressed sensing, P.G. Casazza, X. Chen, R.G. Lynch, submitted, (arXiv)
  • Recovering low-rank matrices from binary measurements, S. Foucart, R.G. Lynch, Inverse Probl. Imag., 2019, 13(4), 703-720, (doi) (pdf)
  • The unconditional constants for Hilbert space frame expansions, T. Bemrose, P.G. Casazza, V. Kaftal, R.G. Lynch, Linear Algebra Appl., 2017, 521, 1-18, (doi) (pdf)
  • Weaving Schauder frames, P.G. Casazza, D. Freeman, R.G. Lynch, J. Approx. Theory, 2016, 211, 42-60, (doi) (pdf)
  • Weaving frames, T. Bemrose, P.G. Casazza, K. Gröchenig, M.C. Lammers, R.G. Lynch, Oper. Matrices, 2016, 10(4), 1093-1116, (doi) (pdf)