Highly Influential

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- Published 2013

This article gives a procedure to convert a frame which is not a tight frame into a Parseval frame for the same space, with the requirement that each element in the resulting Parseval frame can be explicitly written as a linear combination of the elements in the original frame. Several examples are considered, such as a Fourier frame on a spiral. The procedure can be applied to the construction of Parseval frames for L2(B(0, R)), the space of square integrable functions whose domain is the ball of radius R. When a finite number of measurements are used to reconstruct a signal in L2(B(0, R)), error estimates arising from such approximation are discussed.

@inproceedings{AuYeung2013TightF,
title={Tight frames , partial isometries , and signal reconstruction},
author={Enrico Au-Yeung and Somantika Datta},
year={2013}
}