Fourier Interpolation with Zeros of Zeta and L-Functions

@article{Bondarenko2022FourierIW,
  title={Fourier Interpolation with Zeros of Zeta and L-Functions},
  author={Andriy V. Bondarenko and Danylo V. Radchenko and Kristian Seip},
  journal={Constructive Approximation},
  year={2022}
}
We construct a large family of Fourier interpolation bases for functions analytic in a strip symmetric about the real line. Interesting examples involve the nontrivial zeros of the Riemann zeta function and other L-functions. We establish a duality principle for Fourier interpolation bases in terms of certain kernels of general Dirichlet series with variable coefficients. Such kernels admit meromorphic continuation, with poles at a sequence dual to the sequence of frequencies of the Dirichlet… 

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