Guided Signal Reconstruction Theory

    •  Knyazev, A., Gadde, A., Mansour, H., Tian, D., "Guided Signal Reconstruction Theory," Tech. Rep. TR2017-020, arXiv, February 2017.
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      • @techreport{MERL_TR2017-020,
      • author = {Knyazev, A. and Gadde, A. and Mansour, H. and Tian, D.},
      • title = {Guided Signal Reconstruction Theory},
      • institution = {MERL - Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories},
      • address = {Cambridge, MA 02139},
      • number = {TR2017-020},
      • month = feb,
      • year = 2017,
      • url = {}
      • }
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An axiomatic approach to signal reconstruction is formulated, involving a sample consistent set and a guiding set, describing desired reconstructions. New frame-less reconstruction methods are proposed, based on a novel concept of a reconstruction set, defined as a shortest pathway between the sample consistent set and the guiding set. Existence and uniqueness of the reconstruction set are investigated in a Hilbert space, where the guiding set is a closed subspace and the sample consistent set is a closed plane, formed by a sampling subspace. Connections to earlier known consistent, generalized, and regularized reconstructions are clarified. New stability and reconstruction error bounds are derived, using the largest nontrivial angle between the sampling and guiding subspaces. Conjugate gradient iterative reconstruction algorithms are proposed and illustrated numerically for image magnification