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Generalized Born--Jordan Distributions and Applications.

Elena Cordero, Maurice De Gosson, Monika Dörfler, Fabio Nicola

The quadratic nature of the Wigner distribution causes the appearance of unwanted interferences. This is the reason why engineers, mathematicians and physicists look for related time-frequency distributions, many of them are members of the Cohen class. Among them, the Born-Jordan distribution has recently attracted the attention of many authors, since the so-called ghost frequencies are damped quite well, and the noise is in general reduced. The very insight relies on the kernel of such a distribution, which contains the sinus cardinalis (sinc), which can be viewed as the Fourier transform, of the first B-Spline. Replacing the function B-Spline with the spline or order n, on the Fourier side we obtain the n-th power of sinc, whose decay at infinity increases with n. We introduce the corresponding Cohen's Kernel and study the properties of the related time-frequency distribution which we call generalized Born--Jordan distribution.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1811.04601

DOI: arXiv:1811.04601v1

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