This chapter constitutes the second part in a series of papers on distributed noise-shaping quantization. In the first part, the main concept of distributed noise shaping was introduced and the performance of distributed beta encoding coupled with reconstruction via beta duals was analyzed for random frames (Chou and Güntürk, Constr Approx 44(1):1–22, 2016). In this second part, the performance of the same method is analyzed for several classical examples of deterministic frames. Particular consideration is given to Fourier frames and frames used in analog-to-digital conversion. It is shown in all these examples that entropic rate-distortion performance is achievable.
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