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Beyond the Digital Divide or Ten Good Reasons for Using Splines

M. Unser

Israel Pollak Distinguished Lecture Series (IPDLS'08), Technion, Department of Electrical Engineering, Haifa, Israel, January 13-17, 2008.



We argue that cardinal splines constitute an ideal framework for performing signal/image processing. In particular, we show that polynomial splines are fundamentally related to Shannon's sampling theory, linear system theory, wavelet theory, regularization theory, estimation theory, and stochastic processes.


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