Sampling Theorems for Nonbandlimited Signals

  • P. P. Vaidyanathan
Part of the Applied and Numerical Harmonic Analysis book series (ANHA)


In recent years many of the results for bandlimited sampling have been extended to the case of nonbandlimited signals. These recent extensions have been found to be useful in digital signal processing applications such as image interpolation, equalization of communication channels, and multiresolution computation. In this chapter we give a brief overview of some of these ideas.


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