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Contents: Sampling Theory in Signal and Image Processing
 
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Masaru Kamada (m.kamada@mx.ibaraki.ac.jp)
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 24, 2011 10:30 am    
Subject: Contents: Sampling Theory in Signal and Image Processing
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Sampling Theory in Signal and Image Processing - An International Journal

A number of quality papers on sampling, wavelets, frames, and harmonic analysis have appeared in the STSIP, which is a rather interdisciplinary journal across pure and applied mathematics and engineering including signal and image processing.


Table of Contents (Volume 10 Number 3)
  • P. Brianzi and V. Del Prete, Stability of the Recovery of Missing Samples in Derivative Oversampling
  • L. Coroianu and S. G. Gal, Approximation by Max-Product Sampling Operators Based on Sinc-Type Kernels
  • A. Aldroubi, H. Wang and K. Zarringhalam, Sequential Adaptive Compressed Sampling via Huffman Codes
  • F. Weisz, Gabor Expansions and Restricted Summability
  • P. G. Nes, Gabor Analysis for Non-Rectangular Lattices and the Fractional Fourier-Transform

You will find many familiar as well as established names on the editorial board and in the cumulative table of contents.

ISSN: 1530-6429 http://stsip.org/
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