Directional Time-frequency Analysis via Continuous Frames

Ole Christensen, Birgitte Forster, Peter Massopust

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Abstract

Grafakos and Sansing [‘Gabor frames and directional time–frequency analysis’, Appl. Comput. Harmon. Anal.25 (2008), 47–67] have shown how to obtain directionally sensitive time–frequency decompositions in L2(Rn) based on Gabor systems in L2(R). The key tool is the ‘ridge idea’, which lifts a function of one variable to a function of several variables. We generalise their result in two steps: first by showing that similar results hold starting with general frames for L2(R), in the settings of both discrete frames and continuous frames, and second by extending the representations to Sobolev spaces. The first step allows us to apply the theory to several other classes of frames, for example wavelet frames and shift-invariant systems, and the second one significantly extends the class of examples and applications. We consider applications to the Meyer wavelet and complex B-splines. In the special case of wavelet systems we show how to discretise the representations using ϵ-nets.
Original languageEnglish
JournalBulletin of the Australian Mathematical Society
Volume92
Issue number2
Pages (from-to)268-281
ISSN0004-9727
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2015

Keywords

  • Discrete and continuous frames
  • Ridge function
  • Directionally sensitive time– frequency decomposition
  • Complex B-spline
  • Discretisation of the sphere

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