Discrete-transform approach to deconvolution problems
If Fourier series are used as the basis for inference in deconvolution problems, the effects of the errors factorise out in a way that is easily exploited empirically. This property is the consequence of elementary addition formulae for sine and cosine functions, and is not readily available when one is using methods based on other orthogonal series or on continuous Fourier transforms. It allows relatively simple estimators to be constructed, founded on the addition of finite series rather than...[Show more]
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