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Filtering and signal processing examples

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: Jim Herod
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This application uses Maple to clearly communicate filtering and signal processing concepts to students in an educational setting. An intuitive way to understand the projections of functions is to consider the application in signal processing for filtering. The word filtering refers to an attempt to extract the important part of some data, while eliminating random contributions referred to as noise, or to remove other unwanted features which obscure the signal. To illustrate the procedure, we choose a simple selection of features that are regarded as good and bad , to create low-pass and high-pass filters. Suppose that we have a signal f(t) which contains some pure frequencies in which we are interested. That is, we suppose the signal consists of some interesting part corresponding to pure vibratory functions represented as multiples and sums of

Application Details

Publish Date: June 19, 2001
Created In: Maple 6
Language: English

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