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Spectral Analysis of Nonuniformly Sampled Data: A New Approach Versus the Periodogram

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3 Author(s)
Stoica, Petre ; Dept. of Inf. Technol., Uppsala Univ., Uppsala ; Jian Li ; Hao He

We begin by revisiting the periodogram to explain why arguably the plain least-squares periodogram (LSP) is preferable to the ldquoclassicalrdquo Fourier periodogram, from a data-fitting viewpoint, as well as to the frequently-used form of LSP due to Lomb and Scargle, from a computational standpoint. Then we go on to introduce a new enhanced method for spectral analysis of nonuniformly sampled data sequences. The new method can be interpreted as an iteratively weighted LSP that makes use of a data-dependent weighting matrix built from the most recent spectral estimate. Because this method is derived for the case of real-valued data (which is typically more complicated to deal with in spectral analysis than the complex-valued data case), it is iterative and it makes use of an adaptive (i.e., data-dependent) weighting, we refer to it as the real-valued iterative adaptive approach (RIAA). LSP and RIAA are nonparametric methods that can be used for the spectral analysis of general data sequences with both continuous and discrete spectra. However, they are most suitable for data sequences with discrete spectra (i.e., sinusoidal data), which is the case we emphasize in this paper.

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Signal Processing, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:57 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

March 2009

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