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- Bernd Fischer, Jürgen Prestin
- Math. Comput.
- 1997

In this paper we introduce and discuss a new method for the construction of time localized bases for polynomial subspaces of an L2-space with arbitrary weight. Our analysis is based upon the theory of orthogonal polynomials. Whereas the frequency localization will be predetermined by the choice of the polynomial spaces, the time localization will be… (More)

- Jürgen Prestin, Ewald Quak
- Numerical Algorithms
- 1995

The aim of this paper is to describe explicit decomposition and reconstruction algorithms for nested spaces of trigonometric polynomials. The scaling functions of these spaces are defined as fundamental polynomials of Lagrange interpolation. The interpolatory conditions and the construction of dual functions are crucial for the approach presented in this… (More)

Abstract We propose a class of algebraic polynomial frames, which are computationally easier to implement than polynomial bases. We also discuss the weighted Lstability of our frames for 1 ≤ p ≤ ∞. Our analysis is based on orthogonal polynomials with respect to the weight in question, but the frame bounds are independent of the system of orthogonal… (More)

- Hrushikesh Narhar Mhaskar, Jürgen Prestin
- Adv. Comput. Math.
- 2000

We discuss the problem of detecting the location of discontinuities of derivatives of a periodic function, given either finitely many Fourier coefficients of the function, or the samples of the function at uniform or scattered data points. Using the general theory, we develop a class of trigonometric polynomial frames suitable for this purpose. Our methods… (More)

- Daniel Potts, Jürgen Prestin, Antje Vollrath
- Numerical Algorithms
- 2009

In this paper we present algorithms to calculate the fast Fourier synthesis and its adjoint on the rotation group SO(3) for arbitrary sampling sets. They are based on the fast Fourier transform for nonequispaced nodes on the three-dimensional torus. Our algorithms evaluate the SO(3) Fourier synthesis and its adjoint, respectively, of B-bandlimited functions… (More)

- Hrushikesh Narhar Mhaskar, Francis J. Narcowich, Jürgen Prestin, Joseph D. Ward
- Math. Comput.
- 2010

The purpose of this paper is to establish Lp error estimates, a Bernstein inequality, and inverse theorems for approximation by a space comprising spherical basis functions located at scattered sites on the unit n-sphere. In particular, the Bernstein inequality estimates Lp Bessel-potential Sobolev norms of functions in this space in terms of the minimal… (More)

- Tobias Knopp, Holger Eggers, Hannes Dahnke, Jürgen Prestin, Julien Sénégas
- IEEE Trans. Med. Imaging
- 2009

Signal dephasing due to field inhomogeneity and signal decay due to transverse relaxation lead to perturbations of the Fourier encoding commonly applied in magnetic resonance imaging. Hence, images acquired with long readouts suffer from artifacts such as blurring, distortion, and intensity variation. These artifacts can be removed in reconstruction,… (More)

- Jens Keiner, Herrn Prof, Jürgen Prestin, Herrn Pd, Daniel Potts
- 2005

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The purpose of this paper is to establish L error estimates, a Bernstein inequality, and inverse theorems for approximation by a space comprising spherical basis functions located at scattered sites on the unit n-sphere. In particular, the Bernstein inequality estimates L Bessel-potential Sobolev norms of functions in this space in terms of the minimal… (More)

- Hrushikesh Narhar Mhaskar, Francis J. Narcowich, Jürgen Prestin, Joseph D. Ward
- Adv. Comput. Math.
- 2000

We introduce a class of polynomial frames suitable for analyzing data on the surface of the unit sphere of a Euclidean space. Our frames consist of polynomials, but are well localized, and are stable with respect to all the Lp norms. The frames belonging to higher and higher scale wavelet spaces have more and more vanishing moments. 1 ∗The research of this… (More)