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## Multidimensional Analytic Signals and the Bedrosian Identity (2012)

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Citation Context ...Secondary 44A15. 1 Introduction Signals are carrier of information. In many applications, feature information of a signal usually persists in the time-frequency domain [9]. The analytic signal method =-=[10]-=- is a classical way of defining without ambiguity the local amplitude and frequency of one-dimensional signals. Among others, it has been proven useful in meteorological and atmospheric applications, ... |

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Citation Context ...pplications, ocean engineering, structural science, and imaging processing, [13, 15, 16, 20, 21]. Especially, it motivates the widely used empirical mode decomposition and the Hilbert-Huang transform =-=[7, 13, 14, 15]-=-. The analytic signal method makes use of the Hilbert transform H defined for functions f ∈ L2(R) as (Hf)(x) := p.v. 1 π ∫ R f(y) x− ydy := limε→0+ 1 π ∫ |y−x|≥ε f(y) x− ydy, x ∈ R. (1.1) Let H1(R) be... |

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Citation Context ..., is defined for f ∈ L2(Rd) as (Hjf)(x) := p.v. 1 π ∫ Rd f(y) xj − yj dy := limε→0+ 1 π ∫ |yj−xj |≥ε f(y) xj − yj dy, x ∈ R d. It is known that Hj is a bounded linear operator from L 2(Rd) to L2(Rd), =-=[26]-=-. Moreover, there holds (Hjf )̂ (ξ) = −i sgn (ξj)f(ξ), ξ ∈ Rd, j ∈ Nd. (2.1) The purpose of the this section is to justify the using of linear combinations of compositions of the partial Hilbert trans... |

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Citation Context ...litude and frequency of one-dimensional signals. Among others, it has been proven useful in meteorological and atmospheric applications, ocean engineering, structural science, and imaging processing, =-=[13, 15, 16, 20, 21]-=-. Especially, it motivates the widely used empirical mode decomposition and the Hilbert-Huang transform [7, 13, 14, 15]. The analytic signal method makes use of the Hilbert transform H defined for fun... |

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Citation Context ...litude and frequency of one-dimensional signals. Among others, it has been proven useful in meteorological and atmospheric applications, ocean engineering, structural science, and imaging processing, =-=[13, 15, 16, 20, 21]-=-. Especially, it motivates the widely used empirical mode decomposition and the Hilbert-Huang transform [7, 13, 14, 15]. The analytic signal method makes use of the Hilbert transform H defined for fun... |

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Citation Context ...> 0, φ0 ∈ R. This implies that the analytic signal method is the only one that satisfies some reasonable physical requirements [28, 29]. Finally, the Hilbert transform satisfies the Bedrosian theorem =-=[1]-=-: If f, g ∈ L2(R) satisfy either supp f̂ ⊆ R+, supp ĝ ⊆ R+ or supp f̂ ⊆ [−a, a], supp ĝ ⊆ (−∞,−a] ∪ [a,∞) for some positive number a, then there holds the Bedrosian identity [H(fg)](x) = f(x)(Hg)(x)... |

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Citation Context ...ical soundness of the analytic signal method. Secondly, the multiplier definition (1.3) makes it possible to develop fast algorithms making use of the lighting fast FFT to compute the analytic signal =-=[18]-=-. In addition to the above two properties, it was shown in [28, 29] that the Hilbert transform is the only continuous and homogeneous operator L such that L(cos(ω0t+ φ0)) = sin(ω0t+ φ0), for all ω0 > ... |

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Citation Context ... Classification: Primary 65R10, Secondary 44A15. 1 Introduction Signals are carrier of information. In many applications, feature information of a signal usually persists in the time-frequency domain =-=[9]-=-. The analytic signal method [10] is a classical way of defining without ambiguity the local amplitude and frequency of one-dimensional signals. Among others, it has been proven useful in meteorologic... |

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Citation Context ...y (ϕ ∗ ψ)(x) := ∫ Rd ϕ(x− t)ψ(t)dt, x ∈ Rd. 9 It is well-known that suppϕ ∗ ψ ⊆ suppϕ + suppψ. In the case that both ϕ,ψ are compactly supported, we have the celebrated Titchmarsh convolution theorem =-=[17, 27]-=-. For each subset A ⊆ Rd, we denote by convA the convex hull of A in Rd. Lemma 3.5 If both ϕ,ψ ∈ L2(Rd) are compactly supported then conv supp (ϕ ∗ ψ) = conv suppϕ+ conv suppψ. Theorem 3.6 Let ν be an... |

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Citation Context ...defined as ϕ̂(ξ) := ∫ Rd ϕ(x)e−i(x,ξ)dx, ξ ∈ Rd, which is again a function in S(Rd). The Fourier transform can be extended to the space S ′(Rd) of temperate distributions on Rd by a duality principle =-=[11]-=-. The Hilbert transform has an equivalent definition via the Fourier multiplier −i sgn , where sgn (ξ) takes value −1, 0, 1 for ξ < 0, ξ = 0 and ξ > 0, respectively. Specifically, we have for all f ∈ ... |

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Citation Context ... Hilbert transform of a product of functions, helps understand the instantaneous amplitude and frequency of signals, and provides a method of constructing basic signals in the time-frequency analysis =-=[1, 3, 4, 9, 19, 21, 23, 25, 36]-=-. It has attracted 2 much interest from the mathematical community [6, 8, 22, 24, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35, 36]. Here, we mention an observation in [30]. It states that the Hilbert transform is essentially ... |

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Citation Context ...tiplier definition (1.3) makes it possible to develop fast algorithms making use of the lighting fast FFT to compute the analytic signal [18]. In addition to the above two properties, it was shown in =-=[28, 29]-=- that the Hilbert transform is the only continuous and homogeneous operator L such that L(cos(ω0t+ φ0)) = sin(ω0t+ φ0), for all ω0 > 0, φ0 ∈ R. This implies that the analytic signal method is the only... |

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Citation Context ... essentially the only operator that satisfies the Bedrosian identity. We conclude that the analytic signal (1.2) is justified by the above mathematical properties. This paper is motivated by the need =-=[5, 12, 32]-=- of defining multidimensional analytic signals for the timefrequency analysis of multidimensional signals. Naturally, we are inclined to define the analytic signal of f ∈ L2(Rd) through a fixed operat... |

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Citation Context ... essentially the only operator that satisfies the Bedrosian identity. We conclude that the analytic signal (1.2) is justified by the above mathematical properties. This paper is motivated by the need =-=[5, 12, 32]-=- of defining multidimensional analytic signals for the timefrequency analysis of multidimensional signals. Naturally, we are inclined to define the analytic signal of f ∈ L2(Rd) through a fixed operat... |

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Citation Context ...uency of signals, and provides a method of constructing basic signals in the time-frequency analysis [1, 3, 4, 9, 19, 21, 23, 25, 36]. It has attracted 2 much interest from the mathematical community =-=[6, 8, 22, 24, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35, 36]-=-. Here, we mention an observation in [30]. It states that the Hilbert transform is essentially the only operator that satisfies the Bedrosian identity. We conclude that the analytic signal (1.2) is ju... |

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