On quasi-isometry of threshold-based sampling

B. Moser, M. Lunglmayr. On quasi-isometry of threshold-based sampling. IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, volume 67, number 14, pages 3832-3841, DOI 10.1109/TSP.2019.2919415, 5, 2019.

Autoren
  • Bernhard A. Moser
  • M. Lunglmayr
TypArtikel
JournalIEEE Transactions on Signal Processing
Nummer14
Band67
DOI10.1109/TSP.2019.2919415
Monat5
Jahr2019
Seiten3832-3841
Abstract

The problem of isometry for threshold-based sampling such as integrate-and-fire (IF) or send-on-delta (SOD) is addressed. While for uniform sampling the Parseval theorem provides isometry and makes the Euclidean metric canonical, there is no analogy for threshold-based sampling. The relaxation of the isometric postulate to quasi-isometry, however, allows the discovery of the underlying metric structure of threshold-based sampling. This paper characterizes this metric structure making Hermann Weyl's discrepancy measure canonical for threshold-based sampling. The usefulness of the approach is demonstrated by means of a novel adaptive threshold-based sampling scheme, which, applied on electrocardiography (ECG) signals, allows a substantial reduction of the number of samples while maintaining nearly the same SNR after reconstruction.