Sampling and Reconstruction of Bandlimited Signals with Multi-Channel Time Encoding

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Karen Adam and Martin Vetterli.


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Sampling is classically performed by recording the amplitude of the input at given time instants; however, sampling and reconstructing a signal using multiple devices in parallel becomes a more difficult problem to solve when the devices have an unknown shift in

Sampling at unknown locations: uniqueness and reconstruction under constraints

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Golnoosh Elhami, Michalina Pacholska, Benjamín Béjar Haro and Martin Vetterli.


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Traditional sampling results assume that the sample locations are known. Motivated by simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) and structure from motion (SfM), we investigate sampling at unknown locations. Without further constraints, the problem is often hopeless. For example, we recently showed that, for polynomial

Sampling and Exact Reconstruction of Pulses with Variable Width

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Gilles Baechler, Loïc Baboulaz and Martin Vetterli.


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Recent sampling results enable the reconstruction of signals composed of streams of fixed-shaped pulses. These results have found applications in topics as varied as channel estimation, biomedical imaging and radio astronomy. However, in many real signals, the pulse shapes vary throughout the signal. In this paper, we

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