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Generalized Sampling without Bandlimiting Constraints

M. Unser, J. Zerubia

Proceedings of the Twenty-Second IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP'97), Münich, Federal Republic of Germany, April 21-24, 1997, vol. III, pp. 2113-2116.

We investigate the problem of the reconstruction of a continuous-time function f(x) ∈ H from the responses of m linear shift-invariant systems sampled at 1 ⁄ m the reconstruction rate, extending Papoulis' generalized sampling theory in two important respects. First, we allow for arbitrary (non-bandlimited) input signals (typ. H = L2). Second, we use a more general specification of the reconstruction subspace V(φ), so that the output of the system can take the form of a bandlimited function, a spline, or a wavelet expansion. The system that we describe yields an approximation fV(φ) that is consistent with the input f(x) in the sense that it produces exactly the same measurements. We show that this solution can be computed by multivariate filtering. We also characterize the stability of the system (condition number). Finally, we illustrate the theory by presenting a new example of interlaced sampling using splines.

AUTHOR="Unser, M. and Zerubia, J.",
TITLE="Generalized Sampling without Bandlimiting Constraints",
BOOKTITLE="Proceedings of the Twenty-Second {IEEE} International
        Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing
address="M{\"{u}}nich, Federal Republic of Germany",
month="April 21-24,",

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