Lecture 18: Review Of Sampling And Interpolation Results

author: Brad G. Osgood, Computer Science Department, Stanford University
published: May 21, 2010,   recorded: September 2007,   views: 2886
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All right. I want to spend a little more time today [Audio breaks up] theorem – sampling, and interpolation, and some of the phenomena that was associated with it. I'll remind you what the setup was from last time. And I'll almost carry out the proof again – or at least I'll give you the setup for the proof again because as I said many times in this – last time, and as I will say again today, for me the sampling [Audio breaks up] the derivation of the – the sampling theorem, the formula is identical with a proof of the sampling formula. I think the two are so closely related that to understand one you really have to think in terms of the other. All right. ...

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