Foreword/H. Landau Contributors Introduction /H.G. Feichtinger and T. Strohmer Uncertainty Principles for Time-Frequency Representations /K. Gröchenig Zak Transforms with Few Zeros and the Tie /A.J.E.M Janssen Bracket Products for Weyl--Heisenberg Frames /P.G. Casazza and M.C. Lammers A First Survey of Gabor Multipliers /H.G. Feichtinger and K. Nowak Aspects of Gabor Analysis and Operator Algebras /J.-P. Gabardo and D. Han Integral Operators, Pseudodifferential Operators, and Gabor Frames /C. Heil Methods for Approximation of the Inverse (Gabor) Frame Operator /O. Christensen and T. Strohmer Wilson Bases on the Interval /K. Bittner Localization Properties and Wavelet-Like Orthonormal Bases for the Lowest Landau Level /J.-P. Antoine and F. Bagarello Optimal Stochastic Encoding and Approximation Schemes using Weyl--Heisenberg Sets /R. Balan and I. Daubechies Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing Based on Offset QAM /H. Bölcskei Index
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