Error Analysis in Sampling Theory


    A basic problem in signal theory is the reconstruction of a band-limited function f(i) from its sampled valuef(nT). Because of a number of errors, the computed or physically realized signal is only approximately equal to f(i). The most common sampling errors are: round-off of f(nT), truncation of the series generating f(0, aliasing of frequency components… (More)


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