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Title

FRAMES IN HILBERT C*MODULES.

Creator

Jing, Wu, Han, Deguang, University of Central Florida

Abstract / Description

Since the discovery in the early 1950's, frames have emerged as an important tool in signal processing, image processing, data compression and sampling theory etc. Today, powerful tools from operator theory and Banach space theory are being introduced to the study of frames producing deep results in frame theory. In recent years, many mathematicians generalized the frame theory from Hilbert spaces to Hilbert C*modules and got significant results which enrich the theory of frames. Also...
Show moreSince the discovery in the early 1950's, frames have emerged as an important tool in signal processing, image processing, data compression and sampling theory etc. Today, powerful tools from operator theory and Banach space theory are being introduced to the study of frames producing deep results in frame theory. In recent years, many mathematicians generalized the frame theory from Hilbert spaces to Hilbert C*modules and got significant results which enrich the theory of frames. Also there is growing evidence that Hilbert C*modules theory and the theory of wavelets and frames are tightly related to each other in many aspects. Both research fields can benefit from achievements of the other field. Our purpose of this dissertation is to work on several basic problems on frames for Hilbert C*modules. We first give a very useful characterization of modular frames which is easy to be applied. Using this characterization we investigate the modular frames from the operator theory point of view. A condition under which the removal of element from a frame in Hilbert C*modules leaves a frame or a nonframe set is also given. In contrast to the Hilbert space situation, Riesz bases of Hilbert C*modules may possess infinitely many alternative duals due to the existence of zerodivisors and not every dual of a Riesz basis is again a Riesz basis. We will present several such examples showing that the duals of Riesz bases in Hilbert $C^*$modules are much different and more complicated than the Hilbert space cases. A complete characterization of all the dual sequences for a Riesz basis, and a necessary and sufficient condition for a dual sequence of a Riesz basis to be a Riesz basis are also given. In the case that the underlying C*algebra is a commutative W*algebra, we prove that the set of the Parseval frame generators for a unitary group can be parameterized by the set of all the unitary operators in the double commutant of the unitary group. Similar result holds for the set of all the general frame generators where the unitary operators are replaced by invertible and adjointable operators. Consequently, the set of all the Parseval frame generators is pathconnected. We also prove the existence and uniqueness of the best Parseval multiframe approximations for multiframe generators of unitary groups on Hilbert C*modules when the underlying C*algebra is commutative. For the dilation results of frames we show that a complete Parseval frame vector for a unitary group on Hilbert C*module can be dilated to a complete wandering vector. For any dual frame pair in Hilbert C*modules, we prove that the pair are orthogonal compressions of a Riesz basis and its canonical dual basis for some larger Hilbert C*module. For the perturbation of frames and Riesz bases in Hilbert C*modules we prove that the CasazzaChristensen general perturbation theorem for frames in Hilbert spaces remains valid in Hilbert C*modules. In the Hilbert space setting, under the same perturbation condition, the perturbation of any Riesz basis remains a Riesz basis. However, this no longer holds for Riesz bases in Hilbert C*modules. We also give a complete characterization on all the Riesz bases for Hilbert C*modules such that the perturbation (under CasazzaChristensen's perturbation condition) of a Riesz basis still remains a Riesz basis.
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Date Issued

2006

Identifier

CFE0001182, ucf:46859

Format

Document (PDF)

PURL

http://purl.flvc.org/ucf/fd/CFE0001182


Title

Integration of HighQ filters with Highly Efficient Antennas.

Creator

Yusuf, Yazid, Gong, Xun, Wahid, Parveen, Jones, W, Wu, Xinzhang, Wang, Jing, University of Central Florida

Abstract / Description

The integration of highquality (Q)factor 3D filters with highly efficient antennas is addressed in this dissertation. Integration of filters and antennas into inseparable units eliminates the transitions between the otherwise separate structures resulting in more compact and efficient systems. The compact, highly efficient integrated 3D filter/antenna systems, enabled by the techniques developed herein, allow for the realization of integrated RF front ends with significantly reduced form...
Show moreThe integration of highquality (Q)factor 3D filters with highly efficient antennas is addressed in this dissertation. Integration of filters and antennas into inseparable units eliminates the transitions between the otherwise separate structures resulting in more compact and efficient systems. The compact, highly efficient integrated 3D filter/antenna systems, enabled by the techniques developed herein, allow for the realization of integrated RF front ends with significantly reduced form factors.Integration of cavity filters with slot antennas in a single planar substrate is first demonstrated. Due to the high Q factor of cavity resonators, the efficiency of the integrated filter/antenna system is found to be the same as that of a reference filter with the same filtering characteristics. This means a near 100% efficient slot antenna is achieved within this integrated filter/antenna system. To further reduce the footprint of the integrated systems, vertically integrated filter/antenna systems are developed. We then demonstrate the integration of cavity filters with aperture antenna structures which enable larger bandwidths compared with slot antennas. The enhanced bandwidths are made possible through the excitation and radiation of surface waves. To obtain omnidirectional radiation patterns , we integrate cavity filters with monopole antennas. Finally, the integration of filters with patch antennas is addressed. Unlike the other filter/antenna integration examples presented, in which the antenna is utilized as an equivalent load, the patch antenna provides an additional pole in the filtering function.The presented techniques in this dissertation can be applied for filter/antenna integration in all microwave, and millimeterwave frequency regions.
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Date Issued

2011

Identifier

CFE0004183, ucf:49075

Format

Document (PDF)

PURL

http://purl.flvc.org/ucf/fd/CFE0004183