Table of contents for Sampling theory in Fourier and signal analysis : advanced topics / edited by Rowland Higgins and Rudolph L. Stens.


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1. Applications of sampling theory to combinatorial analysis, stirling numbers, special functions and the Riemann zeta function, P. L. Butzer and M. Hauss
2. Sampling theory and the arithmetic Fourier transform, W. J. Walker
3. Derivative sampling--a paradigm example of multichannel methods, J. R. Higgins
4. Computational methods in linear prediction for band-limited signals based on past samples, D. H. Mugler
5. Interpolation and sampling theories, and linear ordinary boundary value problems, W. N. Everitt and G. Nasri-Roudsari
6. Sampling by generalized kernels, R. L. Stens
7. Sampling theory and wavelets, A. Fischer
8. Approximation by translates of a radial function, N. Dyn
9. Almost sure sampling restoration of band-limited stochastic signals, T. Pogany
10. Abstract harmonic analysis and the sampling theorem, M. M. Dodson and M. G. Beaty
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Signal processing -- Statistical methods.
Fourier analysis.
Sampling (Statistics)