Sampling Theory: Beyond Bandlimited Systems

Author:   Yonina C. Eldar (Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel)
Publisher:   Cambridge University Press
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Pages:   836
Publication Date:   09 April 2015
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Author:   Yonina C. Eldar (Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel)
Publisher:   Cambridge University Press
Imprint:   Cambridge University Press
Dimensions:   Width: 18.00cm , Height: 4.00cm , Length: 25.30cm
Weight:   1.770kg
ISBN:  

9781107003392


ISBN 10:   1107003393
Pages:   836
Publication Date:   09 April 2015
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Professional & Vocational
Format:   Hardback
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Table of Contents

1. Introduction; 2. Introduction to linear algebra; 3. Fourier analysis; 4. Signal spaces; 5. Shift-invariant spaces; 6. Subspace priors; 7. Smoothness priors; 8. Nonlinear sampling; 9. Resampling; 10. Unions of subspaces; 11. Compressed sensing; 12. Sampling over finite unions; 13. Sampling over shift-invariant unions; 14. Multiband sampling; 15. Finite rate of innovation sampling; Appendix A. Finite linear algebra; Appendix B. Stochastic signals.

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'I must say that this is really a unique book on sampling theory. The introduction of vector space terminology right from the beginning is a great idea. Starting from classical sampling, the book goes all the way to the most recent breakthroughs including compressive sensing, union-of-subspace setting, and the CoSamp algorithm. Eldar has the right combination of mathematics and practical sense, and she has very good command of the 'art of writing'. This, combined with the archival nature of the topic (which has seen seven decades of history), makes the book an invaluable addition to the Cambridge collection of advanced texts in signal processing.' P. P. Vaidyanathan, California Institute of Technology 'The observation that a bandlimited signal is completely specified by uniform sampling at Nyquist rate might well go back to Cauchy, and the idea of approaching signal recovery as parameter estimation certainly goes back to the 1950s. These ideas provided the theoretical foundation for digitization of telephone networks and in turn the challenge of digital communication inspired new developments in signal analysis. Today new applications from A/D conversion to medical imaging are inspiring a new sampling theory and this book takes us to terra incognita beyond bandlimited systems.' Robert Calderbank, Duke University I must say that this is really a unique book on sampling theory. The introduction of vector space terminology right from the beginning is a great idea. Starting from classical sampling, the book goes all the way to the most recent breakthroughs including compressive sensing, union-of-subspace setting, and the CoSamp algorithm. Eldar has the right combination of mathematics and practical sense, and she has very good command of the 'art of writing'. This, combined with the archival nature of the topic (which has seen seven decades of history), makes the book an invaluable addition to the Cambridge collection of advanced texts in signal processing. P. P. Vaidyanathan, California Institute of Technology The observation that a bandlimited signal is completely specified by uniform sampling at Nyquist rate might well go back to Cauchy, and the idea of approaching signal recovery as parameter estimation certainly goes back to the 1950s. These ideas provided the theoretical foundation for digitization of telephone networks and in turn the challenge of digital communication inspired new developments in signal analysis. Today new applications from A/D conversion to medical imaging are inspiring a new sampling theory and this book takes us to terra incognita beyond bandlimited systems. Robert Calderbank, Duke University


The observation that a bandlimited signal is completely specified by uniform sampling at Nyquist rate might well go back to Cauchy, and the idea of approaching signal recovery as parameter estimation certainly goes back to the 1950s. These ideas provided the theoretical foundation for digitization of telephone networks and in turn the challenge of digital communication inspired new developments in signal analysis. Today new applications from A/D conversion to medical imaging are inspiring a new sampling theory and this book takes us to terra incognita beyond bandlimited systems. Robert Calderbank, Duke University


Advance praise: 'I must say that this is really a unique book on sampling theory. The introduction of vector space terminology right from the beginning is a great idea. Starting from classical sampling, the book goes all the way to the most recent breakthroughs including compressive sensing, union-of-subspace setting, and the CoSamp algorithm. Eldar has the right combination of mathematics and practical sense, and she has very good command of the 'art of writing'. This, combined with the archival nature of the topic (which has seen seven decades of history), makes the book an invaluable addition to the Cambridge collection of advanced texts in signal processing.' P. P. Vaidyanathan, California Institute of Technology Advance praise: 'The observation that a bandlimited signal is completely specified by uniform sampling at Nyquist rate might well go back to Cauchy, and the idea of approaching signal recovery as parameter estimation certainly goes back to the 1950s. These ideas provided the theoretical foundation for digitization of telephone networks and in turn the challenge of digital communication inspired new developments in signal analysis. Today new applications from A/D conversion to medical imaging are inspiring a new sampling theory and this book takes us to terra incognita beyond bandlimited systems.' Robert Calderbank, Duke University


Author Information

Yonina C. Eldar is a Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology (holding the Edwards Chair in Engineering), a Research Affiliate with the Research Laboratory of Electronics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Visiting Professor at Stanford University. She has received numerous awards for excellence in research and teaching, including the Wolf Foundation Krill Prize for Excellence in Scientific Research, the Hershel Rich Innovation Award, the Michael Bruno Memorial Award from the Rothschild Foundation, the Weismann Prize for Exact Sciences, and the Muriel and David Jacknow Award for Excellence in Teaching. She is the Editor in Chief of Foundations and Trends in Signal Processing and an Associate Editor for several journals in the areas of signal processing and mathematics. She is a Signal Processing Distinguished Lecturer, an IEEE Fellow, a member of the Young Israel Academy of Science and the Israel Committee for Higher Education.

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