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Measurement Techniques

, Volume 43, Issue 1, pp 1–5 | Cite as

Application of basic splines for sampling multidimensional signals of finite duration

  • V. V. Aleksandrov
  • A. K. Blazhis
  • S. F. Svin'in
  • A. V. Skurikhin
General Problems in Metrology and Measurement Engineering
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Abstract

We investigate limitations of sampling theory for signals with finite spectra, which are particularly prone to appearance during measurements in multidimensional spaces. We present a method for sampling with several arguments, using basic splines. Fourier transforms, and the Parseval equality. We present an example of adaptive optimization of the sampling grid for a magnetic field that is associated with a spectrum of multidimensional signals having fractal similarity.

Keywords

Sampling Grid Basic Spline Finite Duration Adaptive Optimization Multidimensional Signal 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. V. Aleksandrov
  • A. K. Blazhis
  • S. F. Svin'in
  • A. V. Skurikhin

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