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Adapted Decimation on Finite Frames for Arbitrary Orders of Sigma-Delta Quantization

by   Kung-Ching Lin, et al.
University of Maryland

In Analog-to-digital (A/D) conversion, signal decimation has been proven to greatly improve the efficiency of data storage while maintaining high accuracy. When one couples signal decimation with the ΣΔ quantization scheme, the reconstruction error decays exponentially with respect to the bit-rate. We build on our previous result, which extends signal decimation to finite frames, albeit only up to the second order. In this study, we introduce a new scheme called adapted decimation, which yields polynomial reconstruction error decay rate of arbitrary order with respect to the oversampling rate, and exponential with respect to the bit-rate.


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