A state-of-the-art edited survey covering all aspects of sampling theory. Theory, methods and applications are discussed in authoritative expositions ranging from multi-dimensional signal analysis to wavelet transforms. The book is an essential up-to-date resource.
Publisher: Birkhauser Boston Inc
Number of pages: 419
Weight: 861 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 23 mm
Edition: 2001 ed.
"The introduction (Chapter 1) gives an excellent overview of the history and development of sampling theory. It shows that the WSK sampling theory has roots in many classical areas of mathematics, such as harmonic analysis, number theory, and interpolation theory. Many famous mathematicians, such as Cauchy, Borel, Hadamard, and de la Vallee-Poussin contributed directly or indirectly to its development. The introduction then proceeds to show how sampling theory is connected to more recent topics in mathematical analysis, such as wavelets, Gabor systems, density theorems, frames, and sampling in locally compact abelian groups."
"Engineers and mathematicians working in wavelets, signal processing, and harmonic analysis, as well as scientists and engineers working on applications as varied as medical imaging and synthetic aperture radar, will find the book to be a modern and authoritative guide to sampling theory."