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Chapter 7:
The Discrete Uncertainty Principle, Sinc-lets, and Other Peculiar Properties of Sampled Signals
Abstract
It is well known that continuous signals cannot both be sharply band-limited, in terms of their Fourier spectra, and have sharply bounded support. In reality, continuous signals are neither sharply band-limited nor have sharply bounded support. They can only be more or less densely concentrated in the signal and spectral domains.
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