Introduction to Finite Frame Theory

@inproceedings{Casazza2013IntroductionTF,
  title={Introduction to Finite Frame Theory},
  author={Peter G. Casazza and Gitta Kutyniok and Friedrich Philipp},
  year={2013}
}
The Fourier transform has been a major tool in analysis for over 100 years. However, it solely provides frequency information, and hides (in its phases) information concerning the moment of emission and duration of a signal. D. Gabor resolved this problem in 1946 [93] by introducing a fundamental new approach to signal decomposition. Gabor’s approach quickly became the paradigm for this area, because it provided resilience to additive noise, resilience to quantization, resilience to… CONTINUE READING
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