Using a natural deconvolution for analysis of perturbed integer sampling in shift-invariant spaces

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Access full text here:10.1016/j.jmaa.2010.07.021
Keyword: Natural Sciences, Mathematics, Mathematical Analysis, Naturvetenskap, Matematik, Matematisk analys, Information technology - Signal processing, Informationsteknik - Signalbehandling
Publication year: 2011

An important cornerstone of both wavelet and sampling theory is shift-invariant spaces, that is, spaces V spanned by a Riesz basis of integer-translates of a single function. Under some mild differentiability and decay assumptions on the Fourier transform of this function, we show that V also is generated by a function ϕ with Fourier transform equal to the convolution of g with the characteristic function living on the interval [-pi,pi]. We explain why analysis of this particular generating function can be more likely to provide large jitter bounds ε such that any f ∈ V can be reconstructed from perturbed integer samples f(k + ε_k) whenever the supremum of |ε_k| is smaller than ε. We use this natural deconvolution to further develop analysis techniques from a previous paper. Then we demonstrate the resulting analysis method on the class of spaces for which g has compact support and bounded variation (including all spaces generated by Meyer wavelet scaling functions), on some particular choices of ϕ for which we know of no previously published bounds and finally, we use it to improve some previously known bounds for B-spline shift-invariant spaces.


Stefan Ericsson

Luleå tekniska universitet; Matematiska vetenskaper
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Niklas Grip

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