Nonuniform Sampling Of Band-limited Functions Public Deposited

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  • In this thesis, we will study certain generalizations of the classical Shannon Sampling Theorem, which allows for the reconstruction of a pi-band-limited, square-integrable function from its samples on the integers. J. R. Higgins provided a generalization where the integers can be perturbed by less than 1/4, which includes nonuniform and nonperiodic sampling sets. We generalize Higgins’ theorem by allowing for sampling sets that are perturbations of the set of zeros of a π-sine-type function. A second type of generalization allows for functions f that, while still band-limited, need not be square-integrable but may have polynomial growth when restricted to the real line. We investigate two ways to achieve this goal, again using nonuniform sampling sets. The first is an approximate method that uses the multiplication of f by a smooth and rapidly decaying auxiliary function. The second method is exact and uses oversampling by finitely many additional points. It is also shown that oversampling by finitely many points is not only economical and may lead to faster convergence of the series, but also enables the perturbed sampling points to go beyond a quarter from the integers. Furthermore, oversampling by finitely many points is applied to control the error stemming from a quantization of the sampled function values. The final topic considered is the so-called peak value problem, where one seeks to find an upper bound for the infinity norm of a function from knowledge of the supremum of its sampled values. We generalize an existing approach by first proving and then applying a nonuniform version of the Valiron-Tschakaloff sampling theorem.
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