Various generalizations of uncertainty principles related to the linear canonical ambiguity function
Authors
M. Bahri
 Department of Mathematics, Hasanuddin University, Makassar 90245, Indonesia.
N. Bachtiar
 Department of Mathematics, Hasanuddin University, Makassar 90245, Indonesia.
A. K. Amir
 Department of Mathematics, Hasanuddin University, Makassar 90245, Indonesia.
S. N. Busrah
 Department of Mathematics, Hasanuddin University, Makassar 90245, Indonesia.
Abstract
The uncertainty principle is a fundamental result of the Fourier transform and is currently one of the most rapidly developing areas of mathematics due to its application in various transformations. This paper deals with the linear canonical ambiguity function. It combines the classical ambiguity function and the linear canonical transform. We derive in detail various uncertainty principles related to the proposed transformation.
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M. Bahri, N. Bachtiar, A. K. Amir, S. N. Busrah, Various generalizations of uncertainty principles related to the linear canonical ambiguity function, Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science, 35 (2024), no. 3, 256269
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Bahri M., Bachtiar N., Amir A. K., Busrah S. N., Various generalizations of uncertainty principles related to the linear canonical ambiguity function. J Math Comput SCIJM. (2024); 35(3):256269
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Bahri, M., Bachtiar, N., Amir, A. K., Busrah, S. N.. "Various generalizations of uncertainty principles related to the linear canonical ambiguity function." Journal of Mathematics and Computer Science, 35, no. 3 (2024): 256269
Keywords
 Linear canonical ambiguity function
 uncertainty principle
 Pitt's inequality
 MatolcsiSzücs inequality
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