Interpolation, sampling, finite rate of innovation, bilevel signals
Sampling and interpolation are two important topics in signal processing. Signal processing is a vast field of study that deals with analysis and operations of signals such as sounds, images, sensor data, telecommunications and so on. It also utilizes many mathematical theories such as approximation theory, analysis and wavelets. This dissertation is divided into two chapters: Modified Pal´ Interpolation and Sampling Bilevel Signals with Finite Rate of Innovation. In the first chapter, we introduce a new interpolation process, the modified Pal interpolation, based on papers by P ´ al, J ´ oo´ and Szabo, and we establish the existence and uniqueness of interpolation polynomials of modified ´ Pal type. ´ The paradigm to recover signals with finite rate of innovation from their samples is a fairly recent field of study. In the second chapter, we show that causal bilevel signals with finite rate of innovation can be stably recovered from their samples provided that the sampling period is at or above the maximal local rate of innovation, and that the sampling kernel is causal and positive on the first sampling period. Numerical simulations are presented to discuss the recovery of bilevel causal signals in the presence of noise.
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Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
College of Sciences
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Doctoral Dissertation (Open Access)
Dissertations, Academic -- Sciences, Sciences -- Dissertations, Academic
Ramesh, Gayatri, "Modified Pal Interpolation And Sampling Bilevel Signals With Finite Rate Of Innovation" (2013). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 2725.