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Predictive algorithms in dynamical sampling for burst-like forcing terms

@article{Aldroubi2021PredictiveAI,
  title={Predictive algorithms in dynamical sampling for burst-like forcing terms},
  author={Akram Aldroubi and Longxiu Huang and Keri Kornelson and Ilya A. Krishtal},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2109.00623}
}
In this paper, we consider the problem of recovery of a burst-like forcing term in an initial value problem (IVP) in the framework of dynamical sampling. We introduce an idea of using two particular classes of samplers that allow one to predict the solution of the IVP over a time interval without a burst. This leads to two different algorithms that stably and accurately approximate the burst-like forcing term even in the presence of a measurement acquisition error and a large background source. 

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