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IEEE transactions on signal processing : a publication of the IEEE Signal Processing Society v.65 no.6, 2017년, pp.1527 - 1537   SCI SCIE
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Slepian Spatial-Spectral Concentration Problem on the Sphere: Analytical Formulation for Limited Colatitude–Longitude Spatial Region

Bates, Alice P. Khalid, Zubair Kennedy, Rodney A.
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    In this paper, we develop an analytical formulation for the Slepian spatial-spectral concentration problem on the sphere for a limited colatitude-longitude spatial region on the sphere, defined as the Cartesian product of a range of positive colatitudes and longitudes. The solution of the Slepian problem is a set of functions that are optimally concentrated and orthogonal within a spatial or spectral region. These properties make them useful for applications where measurements are taken within a spatially limited region of the sphere and/or a signal is only to be analyzed within a region of the sphere. To support localized spectral/spatial analysis, and estimation and sparse representation of localized data in these applications, we exploit the expansion of spherical harmonics in the complex exponential basis to develop an analytical formulation for the Slepian concentration problem for a limited colatitude-longitude spatial region. We also extend the analytical formulation for spatial regions that are comprised of a union of rotated limited colatitude-longitude subregions. By exploiting various symmetries of the proposed formulation, we design a computationally efficient algorithm for the implementation of the proposed analytical formulation. Such a reduction in computation time is demonstrated through numerical experiments. We present illustrations of our results with the help of numerical examples and show that the representation of a spatially concentrated signal is indeed sparse in the Slepian basis.


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