Table 1: Symbols and definitions used in the theoretical description section.
 Symbols Meaning A, a, f, m, n, k Unless specified otherwise, normal font designates scalars , Italic font designates vectors. Different vectors can be distinguished by the left-superscript notation A, a, Abc, Pan, Sa Bold font designates operators or matrices (here all operators are matrices) , , , Operators can be distinguished by the left-superscript notation. For sampling operator Sa, this notation specifies the sampling fraction of the Sa operator A1, a2, , Normal font with right subscript designates scalar values of the vector A11, A21, Aij, Aii Normal font with two right subscripts designates scalar values of the 2D matrix Description of the scalar elements in the vector Description of the scalar elements in the matrix x ∈ [A B] Scalar x belongs to the inclusive scalar interval [A B]; that is, A ≤ x ≤ B Vector x belongs to the “vector interval” ; that is, for every element Ai ≤ xi ≤ Bi Set where A, B, C, , X are the unique elements of the set {A(a) B(b) X(x)} Multiset (2-tuple) where A, B, , X are the unique elements and a, b, x are the scalars describing the copy numbers of the A, B, X elements IN Unity matrix of the Nth order; that is, N × N matrix , Aij = δ ij (Kronecker delta)